S3:E29 2017 Fly Fishing Reflections

Fly fishing reflections are a good way to begin planning for the new year. In this episode, we look back on 2017 and discuss its lowlights and highlights. We both want to fish more days in 2018, improve a couple areas of our fly fishing craft, and, hopefully, catch more fish. Life really is short. Catch more fish.

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One Reply to “S3:E29 2017 Fly Fishing Reflections”

  1. My wife and I make a point of trying to get our first fish of the year on New Year’s Day. Last year she got one little brookie, but I got skunked. While we were fishing, we saw two other angler’s working their way up the stream; I said to my wife, “who else is stupid enough to be out here fishing is this cold?” Turned out it was a couple of friends of ours and they had a thermos of hot chocolate.

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