I woke up early to hit the river and had high hopes. During the past few outings, I saw a few dozen trout each time. Newly-released wards of the state, no doubt, but it was fun to feel the rod bend. Could be angler error, but I haven’t seen any big, wild fish this winter.
Focus on What Matters
Focus on what matters. Namely, that’s family and fishing. Maybe in that order. And, then, friends. Friends who fish, then other friends. Wait, do any of us have friends that aren’t already fishing, too? All joking aside, I find myself in Indiana, helping my parents get prepped for what is likely to be a really
Kelly Galloup’s Peanut Envy
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
The Eyes Have It
With night temps plummeting, I last night debated if I should fish this morning. After a few seconds, the answer rang clear: of course I should! Another 3:30 am alarm time. I already had tied up some new streamers, both articulated and regular, and I was eager to see where the fish would be. Could