Confidence. We all know how important it is in the mental game of life and fishing. A few recent outings reminded me of the importance of fishing with confidence and got me thinking of ways to find it when it eludes me. I’m relatively new to winter fishing, but, I’ve really enjoyed the process of
I woke up on Presidents’ Day hoping to close out my Deerfield long weekend with a bit of fishing. I was surprised to see that the temperature outside was 14 °F, much colder than what was forecasted. The temperatures really fell overnight, and that usually means tepid fishing the morning after. So, I was ambivalent
I’m staying up in Charlemont for an overnight trip at the Deerfield. I fished it for the first time a few weeks ago and decided to make the river a priority in 2018. February fishing usually is hit-or-miss for me. But, why not get educated, I figure? I’ve done similar due diligence at other rivers.
My name is Jamie Carr. I am a Mass. DCR Senior Aquatic Biologist, husband, dad, and someone who expresses his love of nature and wild fish through fly fishing adventures. A beautiful and wild MA brook trout with fall colors #flyfishma #brooktrout #keepemwet #catchandrelease #squaretail #underwater#trout #flyfishing #flyfish A post shared by Jamie Carr (@immaculate_fins)