And an even older tie from the UK.
Thanks for posting, that really brings back memories. Many years ago, a few friends and I would take a beat on the R. Teviot in April and we enjoyed some spectacular wild brown trout fishing to March Brown hatches.
Bitterly cold windy mornings with heavy overcast skies were always the best bet. In fact as the temperature dropeed and the wind picked up, the hatch would start and the trout would turn on as if by magic. Then the wind would drop and everything would turn off like a light switch.
When sight fishing, look over your shoulder from time to time, you never know who's behind you
Last edited by Adrian; 04-15-2008 at 08:03 AM.