There’s something about choosing the perfect spot to cast your line. Something about the water’s movement around you as you feel the first fish nibble. It doesn’t matter if you’re solo or with your crew – if you’re doing it right, every fishing trip is unforgettable.
“The first time I experienced such fishing was on the Henry’s Fork in Last Chance, ID. I was both enamored by and frustrated with these seemingly impossible-to-catch fish that would slowly move upstream in small pods. No matter what fly I chose, they never showed even a slight interest.”
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Jim Harrison, beloved author of more than 30 books, and his thoughts while sipping at the Hitchin’ Post in Melrose, Montana.