I’m trying to focus on quality rather than quantity up here at The ‘Burg. As I’ve written, Jamie and I are up here for a blog writers’ outing. I headed up a day early and am grateful that my family and work schedules worked out. I’ve been fishing new water up here, as I have
It was a multi-faceted 4th of July for me at the Farmington. The good, the bad and the ugly. THE GOOD It was the usual routine, meaning, I was on the water at 5 am and back home in time for afternoon duties and to make dinner. I ran into quite a few browns.
To beat the heat on Sunday, I made it to the Farmington by 5 am. The water was 58 °F, and the flows looked good. I was hoping for some dry-fly action and optimistically brought two rods: the 0904-tip flex H2 for dries and the 11303 Contact for tightlining. The H2 is a sweet rod
These days, my fishing game plan is mostly nonexistent. I usually don’t have one. I’m non-committal about a fishing destination until the morning of. I wait for the most current USGS gauge flows and see the latest weather report. Then, I wait as to which river calls me. Then, I decide. I usually am diligent