The weather forecast didn’t look promising for a Trico hatch and spinner fall, but I decided nonetheless to head to the Farmington. Tricos comprise my favorite hatch. I first ran into them in Montana, where the spinner falls were absolutely enormous. When conditions are right, they also can happen at the Farmington. Alas, Saturday morning’s
It wasn’t in the cards originally, but I’ll take it. We had family plans to be away this weekend but had to cancel at the last minute. One of our children has a bad cold that isn’t going away. So, I went to the Farmington today. With flows cut, I was hoping for some dry-fly
Adam Martin is a talented angler and an incredible fly tier. His Instagram is here. We are very fortunate that he has agreed to join the blog. Here is his first post. Welcome to the team, Adam! I want to say thank you for the opportunity to join the BlogFlyFish team. I’m looking forward to
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.