Wednesday, February 27, 2008

A Fly Fisher's Entomology

There is no question that by learning more about the insects that trout consider food, an angler can make better observations in a variety of fishing situations and therefore better fly selections. With the enormous subject of Aquatic Entomology it can be hard to determine what is useful information to the average fly angler and what is just plain nerdy. Over the next year, I will try to sift through the information and provide some general insight on some of these insects important during a particular month. Sometimes just making a connection with your surroundings makes all the difference in the world.


At 11:55 PM, Blogger David said...

I agree that this is very important, but for us folks that don't have the privilege of living in a natural trout environment what observations can we make that will improve our fishing. David White River fly flinger


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