by Gary Borger

Join Gary Borger for a very special day on the legendary waters of Armstrong spring creek in Montana's Paradise Valley. The pastoral beauty beneath the Absaroka Mountains is a perfect setting for the gently rising rainbows that feed on hatches lasting all day long.

On this solitary outing, Gary samples the river for naturals the trout feed on, ties artificial flies to match the hatch, then uses different nymphing techniques to catch these exquisitely colored rainbows as they feed first on the bottom, and then follow the hatching insects to the top.

During these sequences on the most picturesque trout water in the world, you'll learn all the major nymph fishing techniques that will help make you a more successful fly fisher wherever the trout feed on nymphs.