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Fly Fishing Forecast February 18th – March 4th

By Fishing Forecast, Fishing Report, Uncategorized

“It is the constant–or inconstant–change, the infinite variety in fly-fishing that binds us fast. It is impossible to grow weary of a sport that is never the same on any two days of the year. ” –Theodore Gordan The Winter Midge activity keeps gaining momentum and surface feeding trout can be found throughout all our rivers. And with each passing…

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Fly Fishing Forecast January 7th to 21st‏

By Fishing Forecast, Fishing Report, Uncategorized

“Many of us probably would be better fishermen if we did not spend so much time watching and waiting for the world to become perfect.” -Norman Maclean With the great ski conditions throughout December, the rivers have been receiving light angler pressure. And January is traditionally a month when anglers hibernate and tie flies for the upcoming season. These anglers…

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Double Take!

By The Hatch, Uncategorized

Over the years, I’ve had the honor of working with many fly fishing artists who’ve used my photography to paint or draw from. Each time one of these artists approaches me about working from a particular image, I imagine what their creation will look like compared to the actual photograph. Each artist has their own style and method. Each completion…

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Silver Creek’s New Purdy Pond

By The Hatch, Uncategorized

  There are two restoration projects underway on Silver Creek, both of which aim to remove silt and reduce soaring summertime water temperatures. The first project which has taken place on the Purdy Pond below Kilpatrick Bridge began in October and is now close to completion. The second is upstream of the bridge on the Silver Creek Preserve and began…

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The Way We Were

By The Hatch, Uncategorized

Laying on my back in our lush green lawn I remember pointing my toes strait down, rocking my nose upward, and straining to stretch my head-to-toe distance far as I could compared to the salmon my dad laid next to me. I was longer, but not by much. My younger sister did the same and the two of us giggled…

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