Episode 50: Unlikely Places to Catch Trout

Unlikely places to catch trout are good places to drift your fly. We’ve caught fish in shallow riffles, drainage ditches, grassy side channels, and trickles of water that could be barely be classified as a stream. Listen to “Unlikely Places to Catch Trout” and then post on our blog about the most strange places you’ve caught fish.

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What are some unlikely places you’ve caught trout?

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4 thoughts on “Episode 50: Unlikely Places to Catch Trout

  1. Culvert pipes are superb holding spots for trout. The nutrients and security for the trout are excellent. I never pass up the opportunity to fish them.

  2. Hey guys. You talked about catching some great fish in little channels. One of my favorite fly fishing experiences was on a float of the Yakima river. If you haven’t fished the Yakima you should. I stopped on a small island on the Yakima and was waiting to get started again. I tossed a hopper in a small channel and hooked into one of the best rainbows I’ve hooked on the Yakima. Love your podcast!

    Nick