Fishing small streams is simply an awesome experience. Usually you have to wade carefully to not spook any fish, and casting can be pretty tricky since bushes and trees usually try their best to put a branch or two into your line path.
Trick casting is essential here, and without a solid roll cast you probably won´t have a lot of fun. Although the fish do not grow as big in small water than they would in bigger rivers you still can stumble upon a nice hog here and there, but usually you are not fishing these streams because of the size of the fish but rather because of the feeling of victory when you finally fooled one of those super spooky and smart wild beautys.
Here are some pics of those pristine and wonderful waters.
Enjoy and Tight Lines,