If you’re a parent, you too are familiar with schedule-juggling, seizing short windows open to fishing, and making time for your family. Today, I found myself in a familiar situation, which called for the “run, gun and done” play. It meant getting up early to fish and striving to be home by noon. We have
I took the micro-thin Euronymphing leader to the Farmington, and it did well. I usually do an overnight fishing trip in October, but my work schedule had other ideas. So, I am doing one now in November and took a vacation day from work on Friday. Thankfully, the forecasted lightning didn’t materialize, and the rain
After my successful day off on the Androscoggin late last October right before my birthday, I decided to make it a tradition. This year was no exception. Since I’ve always wanted to fish this river from a drift boat, I booked a trip with Nate Hill from North Country Angler fly shop well in advance.
Sometimes, you choose your fly-fishing schedule. Sometimes, the schedule chooses you. I fished today during the Nor’easter. With Real Life very busy these days, I don’t have many windows for fishing. I get what I get. So, with Saturday morning open, I had been looking forward to test-driving my micro-thin Euronymphing leader (prior post and