For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Friday, September 28, 2018
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Two streams, a tale...
Pumpkin bread, grilled in the pan with butter.
Posted by Brk Trt at 7:55 AM 16 comments:
Labels: Brook Trout, Cinberg fly, pumpkin bread, Small Streams
Saturday, September 22, 2018
Pies, Pies and a BCT
Posted by Brk Trt at 5:29 AM 23 comments:
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Posted by Brk Trt at 6:21 PM 25 comments:
Labels: Ausable Wulff, Brook Trout, Small Streams
Monday, September 17, 2018
Some Changes And All For The Good
Lot's of flowers about with sun bright color.
Posted by Brk Trt at 6:35 AM 26 comments:
Saturday, September 15, 2018
This skater-spider uses natural grizzly hackle.
This skater-spider uses what Whiting calls grizzly/ march brown hackle.
This lightly colored skater-spider uses brown hackle fibers for the tail and ginger hackle.
Posted by Brk Trt at 8:17 AM 20 comments:
Labels: Ed Shenk, Skater-Spiders
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
One of my better days.....
The streams bottom doing its work of clearing the water.
The brookies were active with several taken in a few minutes.
These are the places my friends....
...where the wild jewels are found.
More on this fly later.
Posted by Brk Trt at 9:17 AM 34 comments:
Labels: Brook Trout, Brown trout, Small Streams
Monday, September 10, 2018
A fly tying challenge and a wonderful story.
I had no tape with which to bind the repaired rod so I used several band-aids.
Posted by Brk Trt at 9:06 AM 20 comments:
Labels: "pinkie", fly fishing story
Saturday, September 8, 2018
Lost And Found....And Soft-Hackles
Looks like a bomber,a soft-hackle, two elk hair caddis and the forktail.
A soft-hackle fooled this native brook trout.
Posted by Brk Trt at 6:51 AM 26 comments:
Labels: Brook Trout, Soft hackle flies
Thursday, September 6, 2018
The "Nutmeg" State
The average flow of a stream in the last couple of weeks. Lots of hiding places in that pool.
A brookie taken from a pool just downstream from the photo shown. Yes that's a "bomber" in his jaw.
I can't identify them, but they sure are pretty.
Brook trout like this are what hold in these sandy pools.
Stream number two...later folks.
Posted by Brk Trt at 8:58 AM 22 comments:
Labels: Bombers, Brook Trout, Mountain streams, Nutmeg State
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