Fishing Channel • 22m
In this episode the hosts cast both traditional patterns and oversized foam flies for westslope cutthroat on the St. Marys River, a picturesque freestone stream originating from the Columbia Mountain Range in southeastern British Columbia. During their float trip through large canyons and unique clay structures, they discuss some of the different stereotypes associated with fly anglers.
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