There are rivers that live in the common mythos of fly fishing: the San Juan, the Battenkill, the Yellowstone. There also are our local rivers and spots that we hold dear and keep a bit more secret than we probably should. Then, there are those waters that could fit in both categories. Colorado has more
We fished the Chattooga River’s delayed-harvest zone after receiving a hot tip from one of Colby’s friends. We stopped at the Chattooga River Fly Shop beforehand since neither of us knew that stretch. The owners, Karl and Karen, were very nice and more than willing to share spots, flies, etc. Karl is originally from New
My schedule allowed for a few days off this week, so, I traveled to South Carolina to visit one of my closest friends. We wasted almost no time. Shortly after arriving in Greenville yesterday, Colby took me to a spot with wild brown and rainbow trout. The differences in elevation are dramatic in the south.
I realized the other day that it’s been two years since I accepted a job offer and decided to move to Massachusetts. It wasn’t until May of that year that I actually moved here. I had never been to Massachusetts or anywhere in New England, for that matter. I was a little hesitant about the