It is with a heavy heart that I write this. Blog colleague and all-around great guy, Christian Denninger, has passed away. I remember him as such a thoughtful person: He wanted people to fish with a conscience. Christian’s body was found in the woods near a stream that he used to fish. I don’t have
Some local fly fishing groups are doing great conservation work. Here is a Tim Flagler video, for example, on a restoration project in NJ. But, I’ve heard that some of our local fly fishing groups are really struggling to add new members. Moreover, I was on the Reddit fly-fishing sub and came across this thread.
Just saw the Tweet below: A pattern change is ahead as we get into February. The East could be in for a very cold and snowy month. We have a technical discussion on the February forecast here: https://t.co/4j2Z1nCOaN pic.twitter.com/zPNGBjGhqL — WeatherOptics (@weatheroptics) January 24, 2018 So, looks like more cold and snow are coming in
On Sunday morning, I went to the Marlborough Fly Fishing Show. I was really excited: I had signed up to take Tim Flagler’s fly tying seminar, which focused on making small flies. It was very useful and enjoyable. In fact, I wish the seminar was longer. Now, you’re likely familiar with Tim’s fly tying videos,