Tag Archives: Coffin Fly

Resist, Embrace, Go Wild

These impulses can appear at any time. Take this past weekend, for instance… Resist: I went to Slate Run for a meeting when the weekend weather was superb. The place was packed with fishers, hikers, bikers, and kayakers. I paused … Continue reading

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Evenings on the River

Usually about this time of year, late May to early June, I finish up my springtime walks along the feeder streams and hit the main stem of the rivers for some fishing. The water levels in the small tribs of the headwater … Continue reading

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A Fine Kettle of Trout

I didn’t heed the weather forecast; there’d been blue skies for days; the new morning sky was blue when I departed for one of my favorite trout streams, Kettle Creek, in northern Pennsylvania, and everything would be fine. When I … Continue reading

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