Fishing Forecast January 9th – 23rd

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People are often surprised to hear how good the fly fishing is in the winter time. The key is knowing the right type of water to focus your angling attention. Don’t waste your time fishing the fast water of summer. Instead focus on the slow water where the fish will concentrate to conserve their energy during the cold months of winter. And as a general rule of thumb, if you find one fish, you will find several. The winter midge hatch is beginning to gain momentum but the day time highs for the next two weeks will continue to be … Read More

Fishing Forecast December 26th – January 9th

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Winter is the devout anglers secret season. It is not for everyone. But for those willing to endure the cold, a wonderful world of solitude awaits. My approach to fly fishing of late is embodied in the Transcendental doctrine of simplicity. My minimalistic approach to a day of winter angling involves only a few flys and a Tenkara rod. For those not familiar with Tenkara rods, basically they are telescopic rods sans reel. There is a simplicity of approach to Tenkara that makes perfect sense for winter angling. One of the most frustrating aspects of winter angling with traditional gear … Read More