Saturday, March 14, 2015
Just a few photos from yesterday.
The top of the EB road. Five feet of snow plowed up at the beginning and a road covered with 2+ feet of snow beyond. It will be a while!!
A secret eastern Berkshire stream still covered with snow and ice. Thje few open areas were not there a week ago. Things are getting better.
Some small stonefly nymphs tied on scud hooks. The rubber legs that I had were too large for this pattern so I substituted some black floss with a tiny bit of super glue on the ends so the don't unravel. Some were tied without the glue to see if they worked when they unravel.
Almost forgot - here's my small stream experiment. A 6ft, two tip bamboo that blasts out a 4wt like a rocket. Maybe too much like a rocket. Maybe a triangle 3wt would be a better fit.
Posted by Millers River Flyfisher at 3:04 PM
Labels: guided fly fishing trips on the Swift River, guided fly fishing trips on th East Branch of the Westfield River, Guided fly fishing trips on the Miller River