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Orvis Guide To Fly Fishing is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on September 14, 2012.Orvis Guide To Fly Fishing is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Orvis Guide To Fly Fishing on demand atAmazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu online.

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1 Season, 13 Episodes
September 14, 2012
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  • From striped bass in New England to bonefish in the tropics, inshore sight-fishing for saltwater fish is an addicting pastime. Learn how to find saltwater fish in shallow water, how to stalk them, what flies to choose, and how to play these big, strong fish.

  • More fishless hours are spent in the pursuit of salmon and steelhead than any other freshwater fish. But when you do connect with of these trophies it makes all those hours worth while. Learn when and where to catch steelhead, Pacific salmon, and Atlantic salmon, how to choose tackle and flies for them, and the best way to swing a fly over their lies.

  • Fishing close to home is all about getting more time on the water and still enjoying a happy work and home life. Whether it's the easy pleasure of panfish in a local park, or the challenge of matching wits with a wary carp, broadening your horizons will get you more fishing time and make you a better angler when you do take that trip of a lifetime.

  • Trout in lakes and ponds require different techniques and skills, and master Stillwater angler Phil Rowley will share his vast knowledge with you. Learn about how to find trout in still waters, what flies to use, and how to present them.

  • Pike and muskies are the sharks of freshwater and are some of the biggest and most exciting fish to chase with a fly rod. Many times they are difficult to catch on a fly rod, so learn when and where to try for them with big rods and giant flies.

  • Streamers are a great way to cover a lot of water and are the best flies to use when you don't know what fish are eating, or if you are fishing unfamiliar water. Streamers are perfect for the impatient angler because you move the fly a lot and don't stay in one place very long. And streamers are typically the best flies to use when you want to catch big fish!

  • Understanding the dynamics of rivers and streams is critical to your success on the water. In this special video host, Tom Rosenbauer breaks down the essentials of moving water with easy to understand information that will help make you a better angler. This video includes unique 3D animations, underwater video, casting techniques and much more!

  • In this chapter you'll learn about the habits of trout. Trout are seldom found everyplace in a stream and choose their location based on current, food supply, and protection. Learn how to narrow down your choices by fishing in the most likely places.

  • Bass is the number sports fish in America and for good reason. They are great fighters and are in virtually every state! Host Tom Rosenbauer details the basics of getting started in fly fishing for bass. He even compares conventional tackle lures to matched flies. Rod and reel setup is discussed plus video includes casting techniques and much more.