Posts Tagged ‘season opener

18
Feb
13

March Brown’s: First in the Sequence

Unless you are near year around open trout waters, you are waiting for the soon to be coming season openers. Those that have fished this Winter, have searched with BWO’s, Midges (Chironomids) or Little Dark Stones. But, for those that stay to the ‘traditional’ trout openers of Spring to Fall, one of the first mayfly arrivals will be the March Brown mayfly that emerges in the early Spring and precedes a nice sequence of insects all the way until November. Here is a re-do from last February on the March Brown.

march-brown-emerger

27
Apr
11

New Possibilities, New Promises….Seize the Moment

Morning of Possibilities (SwittersB)

Spring has sprung indeed. Despite some tumultuous weather in the midwest and South, finally there seems to be some opportunity to get out and wet a line. If you were a winter steelheader or salmon chaser, then you have been out all winter long, save the blow outs or frozen guides, and then maybe you were still out there. But, the trout/grayling fisher or pike fisherman have been limited by seasonal closures or frozen landscapes.

All the tying and fiddling with gear now culminates in season openers or ice off or time off. New possibilities. New seasons. The doldrums and/stir crazy days of winter are behind. Time to enjoy life a little more now. 




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