Nothing beats time on the water with my best fishing buddy.
|Powers Fly Fishing||
You don't have to go far to find migratory browns. While the fish I found are not as large as what you find in Patagonia or the Great Lakes tribs they are powerful little fish that far out fight their stream bound relatives. These things were thick and angry. The scenery wasn't bad either. Enjoy! I'd also like to give a big shot out to Simms for their guide jacket. It kept we dry and comfortable throughout the ore hurricane weather. I fished a 7 ft 5 wt fenwick glass rod. Nothing moves line in small stream situations like these rods. Glass just loads so much beter than today's mega fast rods. Most of my casts were of the roll variety. Change of direction/sustained anchor casts are your friend. I used a short chunky leader terminating in 4 x flouro and a super flashy micro bugger. Rock on!
The fog in the inlet looks nice. The reports from Old Inlet sound good. I am looking forward to making a run down there at some point. If you haven't already check out the Inlet cams at http://indianriverinletcam.com/ You can find Old Inlet's fishing reports at http://www.oldinlet.com/fishinginfo/fishingreport.php
Fly tying, fly fishing and all aspects of fly culture.