Friday, April 25, 2014

My Spring is Reflected in My Chestpack


If you disregard the hoppers pinned enticingly from last fall, my chest pack is a microcosm of this spring's fishing.  Buried in the foam is Will Blair's mouse used for a few mega-browns, many varieties of bead head nymphs, numerous yellow and brown streamers, all sizes of parachute Adams and a few miniscule baetis dries. When your chest pack's looks like this, it means two things: 

1.) It's been a very good spring!
2.) This mess needs to be cleaned up!

I'm off Off to theBahamas on Friday, maybe my spring cleaning will have to wait!


2 comments:

  1. I think I see a couple dried up cheeseballs and an old nightcrawler in there too.

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