I woke up at dawn to fish for a few hours. Avoid the bright sun. Seek the coolness of the morning. Enjoy the beauty of a river in solitude. I was surprised to see trout rising, and also, streaking straight up into the air to eat who-knows-what. I didn’t see anything hatching, and so, started
I’ve fished in Montana twice. If you ever get a chance to go, just do it. Suck it up, make the trip, save up beforehand. Montana is just special: incredible mountain views, wild trout, cold water. One my best fishing weeks ever involved wading the Upper Madison River. Priceless. So, I say all that and
I don’t know diddly about fishing for carp. So many anglers rave about it, though. I stumbled on this Orvis video, and it’s very informative and fun to watch. That’s one heck of a battle in which Tom Rosenbauer finds himself. Enjoy!
Another standby. A small Caddis Emerger. #flytying #flyfishing #euronymphing A post shared by BlogFlyFish (@blogflyfish) on Jan 20, 2017 at 5:02pm PST One fly that has been consistently productive for me has been the Caddis Emerger pattern up top. Once I see some caddis popping off, I put it on. During my recent outing to