“Guys at the WFF,
I want to thank you for such a great blog on fly fishing the driftless area. A year ago I caught my first brown on one of those streams and my own addiction started. I soon found your blog and ever since, I check daily for new updates and posts. Your information on there is so detailed and helpful. before an outing I always check back to every archived year to see how you did find out what could be hatching on the stream. Now, I live in Colorado but the fishing continues and I caught my first brookie on your SMB. This fly is fantastic and is one of the few the fish will take up here while the water is too cold for bugs to hatch. I figured it was time for me to say thank you so much for you blog, it has taught me so much and really inspired my love for flyfishing trout.
Keep up your awesome work.
Joel, nice looking brookie! Keep it up man. Thank you.
It means a lot to get emails like this, positive feedback that continues to push me to work harder to bring you, the driftless angler more accurate information. I have to apologize for a lack of tying information and stream reports lately. May has just been a bear for me with my brother’s wedding just finishing up and taking on a second job it’s a challenge to get to the creek regularly but trust me, I’ll get there soon and when I do more information will come your way. To Joel and everyone who gets something out of this, thank you for letting me know, I appreciate you and your love of angling. It’s pretty satisfying knowing that something I started with the sole intention of tracking my own progress would turn into something that helps others stay in touch with something they have found a love of. Thank you again,