I previously wrote about the Patriot dry fly and the Doodle Bug/Devil Bug dry fly. Call this post the next in my series of Lesser-Known Flies. Looking for a new streamer to try this spring? Give the Simi Seal a shot. It has a slim profile that reminds me of a Thin Mint-style Woolly Bugger.
Gosh, with flows up everywhere I was on the fence about fishing on Sunday. I mean, why get up early, check the flows, only to find out that I’m shut out? As luck would have it, I woke up naturally at 3:30 am (again) and vainly went through the USGS gauge readings in multiple states
Here is something to read while everyone is waiting for the rivers to come down and the real show starts. The world outdoors is a pretty fascinating place at times. I’m sure you all have had cool experiences and encounters that have been quite memorable. Here are some more of mine gleaned from my logs.
If you haven’t been fishing, you’re not missing much. The waters are very high and very cold. For some rivers that have been stocked, I hear that the action has been non-existent. I wonder if the “first round” stocking has been meager as the trucks dash from spot to spot in a frenzy. I’m eager