Fly Fishing Forecast 10/19 – 11/2

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“There is only one thing wrong with a fishing day– its staggering brevity.” – Zane Grey The experience of time while fly fishing is somewhere between “a watched pot never boils” and “time flies when you are having fun.” A fishing day resembles a drama full of anticipation and uncertainty punctuated by moments of glory and devastation. As a result, time can seemingly stand still for the angler, the moments Norman Maclean refers to as “spots in time” or “eternity compressed into a moment.” And yet, time precipitously slips away while the angler is tending to the business of angling. … Read More

Fly Fishing Forecast 10/5 – 10/19

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“Fishing is fundamentally a game of chance, and at heart we are all gamblers.” – Dorothy Noyes Arms Fly fishing is often rife with uncertainty, ambiguity, and misadventure. These are the elements that make fly fishing interesting and keep anglers yearning for more. Some days, however, the fishing stars align: the weather is perfect, the hatch is abundant, and the fish are willing. These are the days when preparation trumps luck; when picking up the right flies from the local shop makes all the difference; when the backyard casting practice allows you to make the first cast count. Anglers may all … Read More