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Watching the Water ...

In spite of a schedule that overwhelms me at times, I take the time most days I fish just to be still and listen to the water, to look at what’s going on around me, and I often am rewarded by things that are equally satisfying to catching another fish. Sometimes just watching those fish becomes a lesson in itself… wise words from Gary LaFontaine. One of the best …

“The nice part about fishing all the time is that an angler can spare moments for just sitting and watching the water. These spells don't even have to have a purpose, but it is hard not to discover some secrets during such interludes. The fisherman without a schedule doesn't need to rush about, casting furiously in a hunt for every possible trout. For this reason, he usually catches more of them.”

Gary LaFontaine, Trout Flies: Proven Patterns


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