Fishing Channel • 21m
For fly anglers its becoming increasingly difficult to find pristine and unpopulated rivers. In this episode, Jim and Derek explore a river where they catch large rainbows and bull trout and where the only other anglers on the stream that day are the grizzly bears.
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