T’was a quick session today at the Farmington. I started off swinging wets and connected right away with some fish. As we head towards the end of meteorological summer, the trout have been more picky. I really had to work for them this morning. And, one trick I learned was to position myself far away.
What a tough day. Thank goodness for a little luck from rain. I did the usual routine: pre-loaded the car the night before, awoke early and hit the Farmington at dawn. September is a tough month for fishing (prior post here), but I have to seize my fishing windows when they occur. As with other
What’s better than an unexpected Trico spinner fall? I don’t know. I rarely fish on Sundays but was able to fulfill my personal and family obligations yesterday, and so, headed to the Farmington early to be on the water by dawn. I entertained thoughts of going to the Swift, but Alex Bagdonas was there yesterday
After listening to an Orvis podcast that featured Davy Wotton, inventor of my favorite knot, the Double Davy, I hit the Internet and stumbled upon some great videos on Amazon Prime. Wotton has two great videos there, Wet Fly Ways and Midge Magic Fishing. Both are absolutely outstanding, and I learned a ton. He covers