Wednesday, April 3, 2013


     I was able to head down to the Farmington River in Connecticut a couple of weekends ago and since I decided that this year I will do things a little different, I fished mostly sections previously unexplored. This way I discovered some incredible dry fly pools that I cannot wait to fish during an early summer hatch. Winter was still an important part of the story.

   I was using some new barbless hooks and I have to say they didn't disappoint me during this early test. A few fish fell for the goodies despite the brutal wind and bitter cold.

Hopefully no more pictures with snow and ice in my posts until November!


Sotto said...

The river looks perfectly for dryfly

Vlad said...

Foarte faine pozele. Am fost si eu de 2 ori saptamana asta, gheata pe maluri,mult vant si nori. Nu am prins nimic, defapt nu am avut nici o trasatura. Poate peste 1-2 saptamani ! ;)