Tactics and flies for late winter, early spring

One nice thing about fishing this time of year: you're not likely to fish in a crowd. You might see a couple of others, and like you, they probably value their solitude as much as you do. You tend not to bother each other; the social exchanges are apt to be quiet, pleasant, and brief before you go your separate ways.

The solitude you'll find when it's not quite spring is reason enough to get out and fish.

Another nice thing is that despite the cold water temperatures that lull the trout into a semi-comatose state, they still have to eat. The bad news is that they don't eat as much and they don...


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