Fall Brookies in Shenandoah National Park 10/2015

Same idea here as the last post; just a different setting and different fish. Numerous photos from a multitude of fishing trips over to Shenandoah National Park. Again, they should  be in chronological order. Within the past couple of weeks I fished the Rose River, the Thorton River, and the Rapidan River in that order. I used size 14 and 16 brown elk hair caddis, size 14 and 16 Mr. radpidan dry flies, and size 16 pheasant tail nymphs. Through fishing these waters over the past couple of years I’ve come to a realization. You need very few fly options. Keep in mind though, you better have the right flies or you ain’t catchin’ nothin’.

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