Learning from LaFontaine

[singlepic id=2542 w=320 h=240 float=right] From Caddisflies by G. LaFontaine pg. 315.  “Nearly every mention in modern angling literature of adult caddisflies includes the solemn advice “Always catch one because caddisflies appear lighter in flight than they actually are.” The most common reason caddisflies appear lighter in the air than …

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April 12th, 2011: Research

[singlepic id=2503 w=380 h=300 float=right] After my recent Sunday outing that saw a massive caddis hatch, a discussion with other knowledgeable anglers in our area has lead me to believe that what I have referred to as the “Gray Caddis” hatch was incorrect. I’ve been fishing a different hatch. That’s not to …

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Sept. 21st, Nearing the End

[singlepic id=2012 w=360 h=280 float=right] The close of trout season in Minnesota is nearing, the leaves are changing colors and beginning to foul up your drift. It’s a good time of the year to hook into trout down here and as usual I’m trying to get near cold water as …

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