I like to fish midge patterns, particularly when at tailwaters or when I want to throw something that looks innocuous. I’ve written before that Midge Larvae are a big part of my fly boxes. They work well as part of an indicator or Euro-style rig. I also like them as part of a dry-dropper set-up
An Arctic blast is a great time for me to clean and organize my gear. I don’t think my favorite river, the Farmington, will be available for a bit. Here is a post from Andy Lyons: A friend who has fished the Farmington river for 50 years sent me this picture today. He said he's
The New Fly Fisher has a video out on streamer fishing (link here, or see below). It’s another episode in the Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing series, which I really enjoy. All of the videos in this series are very well-produced and highly-informative. So, hope you enjoy them. Coincidentally, saw the shot below on Instagram.
One of my daydreams is to buy a kayak and fish with it. There are some great waters out there, such as Walden Pond. And, I’ve always wanted to stalk big fish at the lower parts of the Swift River. To that end, here is a very good video on stillwater techniques. I learned a