Ciao from Italy! We are away for a family biking trip, but I saw this cool video below and just had to share. I’m a big fan of the Jensens, and I think you’ll like the video. I haven’t fished in the past four weeks due to an insane work schedule and family weekend commitments.
Well, the trucks are really starting to roll in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Vermont and NH get going a bit later. Trout stocking is now underway! Stocking trucks are on the move! Half a million trout will be stocked across Massachusetts this spring. https://t.co/ingwsCI5ti You can get daily stocking updates at https://t.co/6xBllrvzev! #MassFishHunt #MassWildlife #DFG #Trout
I’m late to the Prince Nymph game. I’ve had luck with some other patterns, and so, have not gotten around to it. Since I feel like fishing new flies, I’m moving on to The Prince. I’ve been tying the traditional pattern. But, the one that really caught my eye is a bit more sedate, has
Peg’s Midge is a dry fly. I was intrigued the moment Tim Flagler made it in a size 26 during his recent fly-tying seminar. I like the fly because it uses few materials: some cream hackle, a hook, and a peacock herl. So, I took a shot at making a few. I used some Orvis