Well, I this morning had my first ever face-plant while fishing. Glad that’s over. It was so worth it. I awoke at 2:45 am to make a PB&J, chug some coffee and hit the road for the Farmington. I’ve not seen that pretty gal in some time, and with news of Tricos in the air,
This is a very cool video. I’m amazed that a large brown trout would be in such shallow water. Hope you enjoy it. We are off for a family holiday, and so, I won’t be blogging for a bit. May your lines be tight and the fish ample while I’m away.
A few general updates, fishing and otherwise, that might be of interest… First, according to the most recent deliberation of the state Drought Management Task Force, Massachusetts is finally back to normal (i.e., non-drought) conditions for the first time in over two years. The cool and rainy spring we’ve had has made up the rainfall
Today was a hard-work type of day. But, it’s the kind of work that I like to do. I fished the Farmington 6 am to 6 pm. I did take a lunch break mid-day at the Riverton General Store to get a Wayne-O sandwich. It’s roughly in the center of the loop that I did