Wildwood Outfitters Blog and Fishing Report
As we slink along the bank, eyes fixed on the water, the tell-tale flash of a fish feeding on nymphs catches our eye. We immediately drop to a knee and stare a hole into the spot where the fish tipped its hand. A second later and there's movement again, this time the fanning of a tail, innocent enough except now we know exactly where the trout is. Line is pulled from the reel as a few short false casts dial in our distance, and all of a sudden it's the moment of truth. A herd of buffalo could be crossing twenty yards upstream and we would be oblivious to it. This is hunting trout.
Fishing in this way isn't without its heartaches, however. Many a moment is spent in dejection as a seen fish either stops eating or blatantly refuses our offerings. It's moments like these that can make us question our skill, knowledge, and sanity. But when it works, and a big fish is seen, hunted down, and caught, the euphoric bliss that surrounds us for the day is intoxicating. The feeling can turn beginning anglers into addicts and addicts into obsessive lunatics, always in search of their next quarry and the rush of excitement that comes with catching it.
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