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A Freestone River is a source of water with no man made obstructions upstream such as a dam. These waters need to be fished differently than a Tailwater which is below man made obstructions. Freestone rivers are usually away from towns and crowds and offer great solitude and rewards for those that take the time to learn how to be effective on these waters.
Join Mike Sandifer on the south fork Payette River as he discusses how to approach and fish freestone rivers.