The problem with big streamers is that they are a pain in the elbow to cast, especially when there’s a lot of wind. And there’s always a lot of wind. Our friend Norbert Renaud, who forgot more about big streamer fishing than many of us will ever know, shows here a great design that will produce a very light fly, easier to cast than the proverbial half chicken. It’s straightforward to adapt it to the fish you’re after.[vimeo=]