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8 comments:

  1. Hey Rowan, I'd love it if you'd add Windknots to your blogroll. Thanks.

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  2. Rowan,
    When going by Lake Pocotopaug yesterday, I saw some
    diehard (wacko?) guy fishing from a kayak. You?

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    1. I wish. Not wacko, fishing kayaks are extremely stable and easy to maneuver. Guy probably knew exactly what he was doing.

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  3. Hi! Lots of great info thanks.

    I'm a Florida transplant trying to figure out how to catch these small fish here any wise words would be greatly appreciated. ( I'm in Monroe and have a creek similar to your Jan 2017 pics within walking distance, but my smallest setup is a 5 wt and the smallest fly I've coasted is probably a clouser.

    Thanks!
    CJ

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    1. Sorry for the late reply, if you want some information, shoot me an email and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

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  4. Hi - Just found this blog a few months ago. I really enjoy everything about it - the fishing tips, the musings, the photos, etc. Thank you very much!
    Peter

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  5. Love looking up your account and reading the stories. The time you take and the pictures are awesome. Especially for a state like ours. Keeping ct ppl interested in fly fishing. Continue to produce please. I'm still waiting for my first fish. Been out 5 times to the farmy with no luck.

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