- Sometimes even when you think the conditions aren’t good, you just need to get out there and fish (often times you will be rewarded).
- When water conditions change then change your tactics.
- When water conditions are extremely low give some attention to the lower areas of the river and around the mouth, its normally deeper here.
- When water clarity is clear then naturals aren’t a bad choice for color selection, but never rule colorful out.
- When there is no flow then you must give your fly its action.
- Low flow is the best time to check a river out, remember good looking spots for times when flows are higher.
- Any influx of water no matter how small will greatly improve the fishing, timing is everything.
- Fish are especially wary under these conditions, approach with caution.
As for comments, could anyone add some tips to fly-fishing low flows?
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