Ladin and Steve are on the St Mary River in British Columbia and fly fishing for Cutthroat Trout. Steve starts by casting a size 12 Yellow Stimulator into a run under some overhanging trees and gets a hit straight away which he misses but then hooks up the same fish on the next cast. The water is crystal clear and the fish are hitting the flies quickly so quick reactions are needed. Ladin lands a nice one before they move upstream to another hole where Steve misses a couple before switching to a Prince Nymph and landing a small Cuttie. They return to the original run and decide to run Ant patterns through this time with immediate success as Ladin scores with another Cuttie. In the second part of the show, they fish on Findlay Creek in Canal Flats, British Columbia. This creek is completely different with steep cliffs on both sides and a strong flow. Heavy nymphs are the order of the day and Steve strikes first with a nice Cutthroat on a Prince Nymph. Ladin follows suit using the same tactics to land another Cutthroat. In the final part of the show, Ladin is on a small tributary of the Elk River, and drifting a Pheasant Tail Nymph down a fast run. He's not using an indicator, just looking for any movement in the line and expertly hooks a nice Cutthroat which fights hard in the flow. As evening approaches, Ladin is running his size 18 Pheasant Tail nymph down a lovely pool and hooks a huge Cutthroat which the pair estimate at 18 inches.
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