river muskie fly fishing in the spread chad bryson
Jun 17, 2017

River System Muskie on Fly

River System Muskie Fishing on Fly from In The Spread and Captain Chad Bryson is part of the muskie series for fly fishermen. Captain Chad highlights the river dynamics that hold muskie and how to target these powerful fish. You will also learn about why certain confluences are productive fishing areas, the water features to look for that may hold fish, presentation mechanics, rods, reels and the types of flies that produce the most success for Chad.

Captain Chad Bryson is a multi-discipline fishermen with extensive skills using fly or conventional gear. He has guided and caught fish all over the southeast. His deep understanding of the water, species behavior and willingness to share will help you be a more successful angler.

You can watch it here: https://inthespread.com/freshwater/musky-fly-fishing-how-to-catch-muskie-chad-bryson--000077

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