We’ve written in the past about some silver salmon flies that we like to use at Alaska West on the Kanektok River, but that was in boring old words-and-pictures blog format.
Today we’ve got a video featuring George Cook, Northwest angling mainstay and Sage/Redington/Rio rep, telling us about his approach to selecting flies for silvers at Alaska West. In moving pictures right on your computer, George covers
- Some specific patterns he likes
- What sequence of colors to use in any particular hole
- Some elements of fly design and presentation that appeal to silvers.
Have a look!
If you’re viewing this in a newsletter or a reader, or if you’d like to see George and his flies in large-format glory, click here to view the video on YouTube.
corbin fletcher says
Great video…lot’s of good information. Got to love the articulated patterns.