For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Thursday, January 23, 2014
Baby it's cold.
The thermometer on the deck this AM is reading 7, not even the birds are responding to the fresh seed I placed there. With this cold fishing is on hold, even the thoughts of some scouting seem to be a far off thought. Later I'll tie a few streamers, and clean a reel or two, or I might even replace a washer in the bathroom faucet. For now I'm going to post a few photos that I am fond of. I hope you'll enjoy them. An old coke machine. It's still in use at the Granville General Store. They also have some awesome cheddar.
A fly shop from yesterday. On the banks of the Housatonic River in Connecticut.
A streamer, is this how a fish sees this offering.
This quaint fly shop is is located on the banks of the Lackawaxen River in Pennsylvania. This is a shop and river I have visited often.
The "Housatonic Special" a Forgotten Fly, created by Walt Stockman.
A small stream wild brown trout. Its beauty and power are clearly shown.