Sunday, April 17, 2016

As cold as ice

Winter fly fishing is one of the perks we have in New Hampshire. Season starts on January 1st and some of the rivers still have some open water. This winter was rather mild, and some of the outings rewarded us with some cranky rainbows. However, this has to best enjoyed like fine bourbon: in small doses.
In this situation light nymphing in slow moving water was the right ticket. Dead drift with with some twitches in close proximity to the ice shelf. And the takes were not too shy, these guys were pretty determined, despite the water temperatures in the 30's.








3 comments:

Vlad said...

You're back ! :D Foarte fain. Am pe sfarsitul lunii planificata o iesire in Slovenia...dupe webpage-urile meteo o sa fie si acolo temperaturi sub minus in timpul noptii si eventual cativa fulgi de zapada !

sebastian said...

I'm back! probabil o sa fie pestii mai pretentiosi, in special daca e cald inainte si se raceste brusc. Distractie placuta! Sa faci poze si sa postezi.

ozessay said...

It must be hard to do fishing in winters but you did it perfectly. You caught good pieces and took pictures like a professional. Thank you for sharing your experience