The Sights And Sounds Of Warm Water Fly Fishing

Fly fishing warm water gives anglers a chance to experience completely different situations than cold water fishing. Insect hatches tend to not be something of importance on warm water, but I witnessed another type of “hatch” over a month ago. Thousands and thousands of small tadpoles covered the shorelines of the reservoir, and looked like peppercorns scattered across the sandy bottom. Weeks later I returned and found that these small tadpoles matured, and were everywhere along the shoreline. It appeared as though the ground was moving, as I stepped along the water’s edge. I filmed while trying to avoid stepping on the tiny, leaping amphibians. In the latest video post I shot footage of an uncommon sight while warm water fly fishing.