For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Monday, February 25, 2019
Always Special And Unusual
A very friendly pool. A slow drifted nymph did the job.
It was like the first brook trout I caught. It seems like that's always the case.
Posted by Brk Trt at 8:04 AM 16 comments:
Friday, February 22, 2019
What makes a man do this? Perhaps photo number one is the answer?
A wild trout stream in Potter County PA. A reader sent me this photo.
Jewels in the stream.
A gentleman I meet once a year at a fly tyers gathering. Always a pleasure to chat with him.
Where will I be cast, and what will be to outcome?
Posted by Brk Trt at 7:56 AM 24 comments:
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
The Three Days of the Condor
Here is a nice brook trout that slammed the darter. This fish really had some fight within him.
Posted by Brk Trt at 7:21 AM 14 comments:
Sunday, February 17, 2019
Of muffins, men and crushed hackles...or something.
|Ashu, Geoff, and Jeanette|
Posted by Brk Trt at 7:11 AM 12 comments:
Thursday, February 14, 2019
|winter woods, they look lifeless oh but they're not|
Riffles, have I ever mentioned how much I love fishing places like this. Diamonds my friends.
It's the riffles where you find 6 inches of water and little jewels like this.
Posted by Brk Trt at 6:33 AM 20 comments:
Monday, February 11, 2019
Salars Nemesis Revisited
|"Salars Nemesis" tied by Alan Petrucci|
The three flies in the above photos are from other tyers including Sylvester Nemes
As you can see this fly is a great brook trout fly, and as of yesterday still gets them.
Here is a trio of Salars Nemesis flies. Each one is tied with a different wing feather.
Posted by Brk Trt at 8:07 AM 10 comments:
Saturday, February 9, 2019
New England Small Towns
And to add to strange happenings, how about catching a blue gill on a salmon fly...
Posted by Brk Trt at 7:44 AM 21 comments:
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