For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Saturday, June 2, 2012
The West Branch, Farmington River, Connecticut
It's 5am Saturday, the rain is coming down to beat the band, that's a good thing though. I'm on my second cup of Nantucket and by the way I'm typing it has not taken effect. Well I'm not going to fish today so I'll tie up some streamers for "Streamers 365" and maybe do a little cooking, and maybe a trip to Cabelas to try and find a bargain that should take up some time.
The real reason for this post is this streamer and the thought behind it. I created and tied it to fish it in the Farmington river. The river is one of the northeast finest tail water fisheries. It holds brown, rainbow and brook trout. There is a good population of wild brown trout that reach ample proportions.
My thought, hope, is to fish this streamer this Autumn with the hope of taking one of those browns or brook trout.