Tag Archives: nymphing

Operation Perdigon

I’d intended to fish the brook ever since a friend indicated that his son had looked for trout there years ago. Through my decades of digging into local history, especially with regard to native fish populations, I had never seen … Continue reading

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Water Nymphs

Most fly-fishermen are aware of “nymphs,” the immature stage of numerous insects that develop in the water. Many anglers fly-fish with a “nymph,” often allowing their imitative lure to drift along the current of a stream or river at some … Continue reading

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From Mossy Creek to Beaverkill

In a crazy whirlwind of activity, I fished Virginia’s famous Mossy Creek then drove homeward to western New York. My daughter, Alyssa, and her boyfriend, Adam, stayed with us overnight, but next day needed to return to New York City, … Continue reading

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