Monday, April 4, 2016

Fly Preperation

While we get one last winter blast I will be tying flies. I'm still getting ready for April Break, during which I will be fishing all the streams I have had to be away from during the closed season. I'm also excitedly getting mice, frogs, and streamers ready for the Beaverkill in early June. I'm pretty pumped for that! Not to mention some early preparations for our summer trip, which has changed from the Pacific Northwest to Eastern Canada. I'm OK with that! I'll get to fish for my favorite salmonid, both in Maine and Canada. Hopefully some nice big brook trout will be caught around the Rangely Lakes on the way to Quebec City, who knows what I'll catch on the shore of New Brunswick, and if we do go to Nova Scotia I'm sure I will catch brookies there.



8 comments:

  1. You should do some salmon fishing while you're in the Maritimes. Let me know if you want any info on where to go.

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    1. Yeah we're considering getting a guide, if you have any contacts that would be awesome!

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  2. NICE bunch of ties! Looks like your about ready for everything. We're all looking forward to the stories and photos of your adventures. The weather should get better soon?????
    Tie, fish, write and photo on...

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    1. This is definitely winters final stand!

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  3. Dries...check. Streamers...check. Where the hell are your nymphs? :) I will live vicariously through your spring break and upcoming trips. Good luck dude and soak it in.

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    1. Thanks!
      Nymphs boxes were filled up a month ago with a dozen each of my 6 favorite patterns. Top secret.

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  4. What an array of flies! Beautiful. Your trip sounds great. :)

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    1. Thanks. Both trips should be awesome.

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