We donÃât always have the river to ourselves and sometimes the fish are too pressured to engage in a fight. When this happens, its better to lighten the tackle and go small and stealthy. This is where a Purple Brassie comes into play. Reelflies.ca has the right weapon of choice for days like this. Ideal for low waters in early fall, this sly approach targeting trout in rivers is a great way to show another food source, different from everyone else on the river. The compact and flashy design from Reelflies.ca imitates a caddis pupa drifting in a river. Running this ultra-stealth approach is a personal favorite in pressured areas. The best part is having a crowd of people watch you catch fish from spots they said were not holding any.
Don't ask me why but they work when the Midges are out on a cloudy day. Had a couple and a few more hits. Go figure huh.