Current Flow State: How Fly Fishing Explains the World |||
Current Flow State: How Fly Fishing Explains the World
Trout Fishing and the Trouth February 5, 2024 Intro to Fly Fishing & Books “Some water is so clear that trout will swim to your fly, your silhouette all too visible to them as they gaze up and through the water and air, and If These Lodge Walls Could Talk: Ilahe Lodge on the Rogue River October 17, 2023 Fly Fishing Culture I was browsing the summer ’23 issue of The Drake and came upon a few old guide chestnuts, combining the ignorance of the customers, (“dudes”, or Intro to Fly Fishing: Voracious browns October 3, 2023 Intro to Fly Fishing We talk in class about different types of trout feeding behavior: on the surface, or subsurface. We talk about food, whether that’s insects, other Project Healing Waters: In the NYT, Vintage Rod Auction November 27, 2013 Gear [ It was very exciting to see Project Healing Waters, an organization I do some volunteer work with, profiled by Helen Coster in The New York Times Icons: William James Lunn, River Keeper of the Test September 19, 2012 Book Review William James Lunn at work I just finished River Keeper: The Life Of William James Lunn, by John Waller Hills, something the Literary Fly Fisher Inside the Anglers’ Club of New York May 28, 2012 Fly Fishing Culture I had the good luck to be able to attend a small benefit dinner at the exclusive Anglers’ Club here in New York City a few weeks back. Well, it’s CFS Chat: George Daniel on Dynamic Nymphing May 23, 2012 Book Review & Interview It’s only May, but George Daniel’s Dynamic Nymphing is already our favorite flyfishing book of 2012, and is likely to stay in the top spot. It’s the Inside the Angler’s Club of New York, Part 2 May 20, 2012 Fly Fishing Culture When I posted a few months ago about the Angler’s Club of New York, I neglected to tell one important anecdote that was relayed to me. Now that Opening Day April 7, 2012 Seasons Fun was had by all on the Willowemoc yesterday. Unfortunately, more covered bridges than fish were spotted. Low flows. Pray for rain Public access and the ethics of fishing trespass February 19, 2012 Exploring Public access is the greatest gift fishing enthusiasts enjoy from the State, and it comes with many conditions attached. It grants equal ability to Dapper Don February 12, 2012 Technique Fly Fisherman has a great story about a true trout stalker named Don, who, with his 14-foot noodle, daps for trout all through the glory zone in Somerset in January: Reminders of Fish January 29, 2012 Seasons I spent yesterday horsing around at the Fly Fishing Show in Somerset, New Jersey. It’s always a nice thrill to get to break out of the winter Winter Dip January 5, 2012 Seasons The people in town for skiing sure weren’t liking it, but it was mild enough last week in Michigan to get onto the Pere Marquette with little fuss. King time! October 8, 2011 Fish The old man pulled out a bunch of nice chinooks this week, swinging egg flies in the back yard Lawfully Wadered: a Fly-Fishing Wedding September 19, 2011 Fly Fishing Culture I’m at the age where you go to a lot of weddings (Lady CFS and I are planning one ourselves) but I didn’t think the annual Montana trip would A Fraternity of Dunces August 31, 2011 Fly Fishing Culture Spotted inside the outhouse at a marginally-well-trafficed parking area on the Madison. What’s the biggest amateur move you’ve publicly owned up to? Congrats Piscator: Happy Birthday Izaak Walton August 9, 2011 Fly Fishing Culture Happy 418th birthday to Izaak Walton, the first (and Compleat-est) angling blogger. Give his masterpiece a leaf through if you haven’t Lift it like Leisenring July 8, 2011 Technique A recent comment on fishing wet flies on one of Kirk Deeter’s must-read ‘Fly Fishing Jazz’ columns (where he explores every ridiculous nuance of