Fly fishing success is not just about your amazing chops: precision casting, reading the river, and overall fly fishing genius. There are factors out of your control that affect whether you catch fish.
In this episode, we identify seven factors that may affect your day on the river. One factor is barometric pressure. Another is phases of the moon.
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