. . . . .to fish fine and far off is the first and principal rule for trout angling Charles Cotton 1676 Fishermen were not always so adept at distance casting . . . . they were great skulkers and sneakers. M.R. Montgomery (from Hooked by Raye Carrington) Before we go all tech,...
When you study rivers and their make-up, you learn the month of August defines a rivers carrying capacity. For our purposes, carrying capacity is defined as the amount of trout biomass, or the total weight of the trout population, a river can support throughout the...0
The trico is a purely American phenomenon. You can tell by the name. When the British named their mayflies, they used terms like Little Marryat and Greenwell’s Glory. We just shorten the latin name, Tricorythides! The trico has also been known by other names, like...0
This is some of our favorite fishing of the year. If you like big fish eating tiny dry flies in rhythm, it will be your favorite too. One reason we love trico fishing is because it isn't easy. The big fish are picky and can get...0