T’was a quick session today at the Farmington. I started off swinging wets and connected right away with some fish. As we head towards the end of meteorological summer, the trout have been more picky. I really had to work for them this morning. And, one trick I learned was to position myself far away.
What a tough day. Thank goodness for a little luck from rain. I did the usual routine: pre-loaded the car the night before, awoke early and hit the Farmington at dawn. September is a tough month for fishing (prior post here), but I have to seize my fishing windows when they occur. As with other
So far, 2019 has been a poor dry-fly season for me. In part due to the cold and wet spring, none of the reliable early season hatches materialized. Alder flies were also a complete bust on the Andro. By the time dry fly action picked up, I fished almost exclusively for wild brookies. So, when
Angler, writer, doctor and friend Brian Irwin from New Hampshire is putting together a GoFundMe for a relief effort for the Bahamas. Fly fishing was the origin of his previous trips to the Bahamas. What really comes through from his visits are the relationships forged with the people of the Bahamas who have become his