Well, Labor Day Eve was rainy and cold. That didn’t bode well for fishing, but, the next day, I headed out to the Farmington. As I’ve written before, September for me is the toughest non-winter month. Fortunately, I early on landed two fish, both grizzled stockies, a good-sized rainbow and a Survivor Strain brown. Then,
Last autumn, I landed my personal best trout. It was a 22″ buck brown. I couldn’t believe my luck. View this post on Instagram Orange did well last autumn. So, tying some more #Perdigones with orange hot spots. #flyfishing #flytying #orvis A post shared by BlogFlyFish.com (@blogflyfish) on Aug 29, 2017 at 12:22pm PDT The
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.