Short Line Streamer Fly Fishing: How To Break Down a Large River Pocket

Producer: Jensen Fly Fishing

“Large rivers can be intimidating. However, when you look at a big river to its micro-components, all the rules of fly fishing small streams instantly apply. When you break down a large river to fly fish, you instantly see buckets, pockets, seams, individual rocks, shelves, troughs, riffles, ledges, and so much more! In this video, Dave breaks a river that is nearly 100m wide down to one 20 x 30m pocket and does nothing but break that pocket down even further. And he’s only using small streamers on a short line to do it. 3 gorgeous brown trout come to hand in this video, and it’s something you can easily do as well!”