South Carolina was a blast! I went down to visit my close friend Colby, who like me, is a madman when it comes to fly fishing. We fished a couple spots hard last year and landed some nice fish, but we barely scratched the surface. The plan this time was to explore new spots and
At the Salmon River (post here), I noticed that my Thomas and Thomas Contact #6 did a great job at indicator nymphing. It is a deft fly rod. I don’t enjoy chucking bobbers, but the Contact added both power and finesse and was a joy to cast. So, I brought it to the Farmington today.
This year, I have made a point to try out a couple new things in the fly-fishing world: a couple new techniques, a couple new books, a couple new places, and most importantly, a bit of new kit. Hear are some items I’d recommend. RODS Unfortunately, part of my new kit was a direct
Embarking on a new fly-fishing technique (in my case, making and throwing articulated streamers) is an exciting time. I read a lot and watch many videos. I consult with friends. The fly-fishing world again feels new and filled with wonderment. For each technique, there are definite domain experts. In the case of articulated streamers, Kelly