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My visits to headwater streams have run the full spectrum of experiences from boom to bust with many in betweens along the way. Some have been miserable experiences that left me scratching my head and scratching them off my bucket list while others were beautiful places that exceeded my expectations and kept me smiling long after I broke down my rod at the end of the day. The true essence of blue line fishing is the trip into new waters with no assurance of what waits at the end of the hike. It’s the culmination of studying maps, anticipation and the reality of the journey to get there. This past weekend I had the pleasure of exploring a few small streams in York County with my friend Ed Bosley. The waters were clear and cool, the trout were brightly colored and eager, and the stream bottoms were carpeted in the bright yellow blooms of Marsh Marigolds. This week’s pic is Ed working his magic on one of those streams. Till next week ….. www.ramsayflies.com


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