Fall Is Almost Here!
The best time of the year for fly fishing, fall features crisp cool nights, campfires, brilliantly colored leaves and flowers, oh, and the trout are colored great as well.
While many people would argue that spring is the best time to plan a fly fishing trip, and I won't even try to argue against that claim, my personal favorite is fall. The temperatures are normally cooling off by late this month and the humidity levels start dropping significantly as well. The trout seem to know that the seasons are changing and feed heavily to store up body fat in preparation for the lean months of winter. Dry fly fishing is nearly or even as good as spring and the fish are colored up for the season.
If you love fall fly fishing or if you have never tried it before, find out in this newsletter some great places to go and also learn more about how to approach your quarry during autumn. Also check out the article with tips on taking better photographs of the fall colors. These tips will help you throughout the rest of the year as well!