Hope this post finds everyone healthy and happy as can be given the current situation. At least, we can still get out in the woods. Given that the rain seems to want to keep the rivers all high, I figured you all may want to get a secret fly recipe that keeps the rod bending
Like anything, it takes a while to learn fly fishing. You have to commit to learning a plethora of skills. Knots, fly selection, and casting come to mind. Then, later, reading water and casting angles. As you go further down The Rabbit Hole, you may eventually skip the bobber and begin focusing on dry flies.
It’s hard to explain how big, how wide, and how overwhelming Arkansas’ White River appeared when we first came upon it. There was just so much water, all of it moving down at a good pace. With flows at 27,000 cfs, it was a volume of moving freshwater that you rarely see. Enormous and somewhat
This winter has been unusual to say the least. Over the last week or so, it has felt more like spring than mid-winter. Although I could always count on the rare warm winter day every year, it seems to be more commonplace nowadays. The fact that Connecticut already started stocking fish seems to confirm something