streamers dry flies nymphs trout fishing in the spread chad bryson
Aug 26, 2016

Streamers, Dry Flies and Nymphs for Trout

Fly fishing expert Captain Chad Bryson possesses a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the streamers, dry flies and nymphs that work for freshwater trout. www.inthespread.com and Chad have put together a collection of trout fishing videos that will accelerate your learning curve on trout fishing the southeastern region of North America. This information also applies to many other trout fishing streams and regions around the world. Watch and gain more knowledge.


Learn what Chad’s fly fishing fly box holds and why. In this in-depth video from In The Spread, Capt. Chad Bryson, details a collection of super productive flies to use when targeting trout,of all species. “I never go trout fishing without having a strong supply of these flies. They work everywhere trout live; from Alaska to Georgia.” - Capt. Chad Bryson

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