‘You know, so much of fly fishing, at least as much as the sport relates to migratory or season-dependent fish, is about anticipation and planning, more than it is about how far you can cast, or what bug you have tied on, or any of that.
And sometimes, no matter what you do to prepare, no matter how far you’ve trained that cast, and no matter how sexy those bugs you tied up over the winter are, it’s still ultimately about finding yourself in the right place at the right time.
And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.
To the extent more of us figure that out, that’s good for fly fishing’ –
Kirk Deeter – Editor at large – Field and Stream
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