I woke up early to hit the river and had high hopes. During the past few outings, I saw a few dozen trout each time. Newly-released wards of the state, no doubt, but it was fun to feel the rod bend. Could be angler error, but I haven’t seen any big, wild fish this winter.
During a recent blog team outing with Joel Watson and Dave Hyde, the three of us remarked how lucky we are to have found a passion for a sport with such a tight-knit community. Football players or guitarists may work their entire lives or spend unimaginable amounts of money for a brief moment with their
Tightline fishing, Euronymphing, contact nymphing. Call it what you will. Whatever name you give to this approach to catching fish, the straight up fact is that it is crazy effective! I’m sure the last thing you all need is another blogger on the internet writing about this topic. There are many resources available to gain
Spoiler alert – in my opinion, Jeff Currier holds the title of the most interesting person in fly fishing. He’s a published author, blogger (one of the best), competitive angler, painter, world traveler, IGFA World Record holder, casting instructor, and professional speaker, among other things. Possibly my favorite thing about Jeff is that he holds