Michigan anglers think of hexagenia mayflies as the prey of big, nocturnal brown trout. Around here, these giant burrowing insects live in warm, turbid soft-bottomed rivers and lakes. I’ve never seen a Michigan hex hatch, though they have a reputation for greatness. The Georgia hatch is certainly pretty impressive. These bugs grow to over an […]
To ease into things I’ll put up a few fishing reports covering little excursions from this summer. In future I shall offer fresher material. But a few backlog reports may help us get into the groove and will help me grasp a few of the technical basics of making a blog.
Summer time is carp […]
This is a blog about lowbrow fly fishing. I know, relative to watching porn or televised NFL football, any kind of fly fishing is pretty damn classy. So-called lowbrow angling is relatively cheap, is often done close to home, and occurs in pursuit of all variety of targets. Lowbrow practitioners proclaim to care less […]