For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Well it's been a little over two years ago that I started this blog. Today marks the 400th post of "Small Stream Reflections". I have tried to keep this blog simple and enjoyable, just like the fishing I do as well as the simple but elegant pleasures that are associated with small streams.
In these photos that follow I hope to show you some of the simple and wonderful beauty associated with what I believe is the most rewarding type of fly angling.
I want to thank all of you who have and continue to read this blog. I will try to bring you more of the pleasures I have and hopefully will continue to have in the future.
Small Stream, solitude.
Ham and cheese, with black coffee. A stream side lunch served on a moss covered rock. Simple but elegant as Filet Mignon and Merlot.
Wild brook trout taken from a small stream.
You don't have to fish a small stream to enjoy your day. Just look around.
A wild jewel. He is native to our New England waters.
A small stream wild brown. His beauty is a very close second to the brook trout.
Can you count the colors in this little piece of earth.
You don't need a large fly box for small streams. And usually a size 14 will work.
The end of a fine day of angling small streams. An "Apple Cider" donut and coffee.
One of the greatest pleasures I have is "Passing it On", to the future.