Trout: "Foam Means Food"

“Foam means food,’ [guide Dan Legere] explained. ‘Bugs collect in the foam and fish look to the foam for food. Whatever fly you choose, land it and dead drift it in a patch of foam. I know it’s tempting to drift your fly all by itself on clean water, but fishing the foam will get you way more takes.'” John Holyoke highlights a tip from a top Maine guide talking about fishing a caddis hatch on the West Branch of the Penobscot, but the advice could be applied anywhere. In the Bangor Daily News.

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