Author: Will Rice
Here is a really well written piece by Dave Karczynski on fall fly fishing tactics we found over at midcurrent.com. Dave Karcynski has written for The Flyfish Journal and Fly Rod & Reel in the past. Midcurrent is a great fly fishing resource for all things fishing related including tips, techniques, videos, art, photography, gear, books, and expert advice for fresh and saltwater fly fishing. Here is a quick excerpt from this "Fall Trout" article:
"It’s happened, in Michigan at least. There’s football on screens, hot cider in hands, the shrill whine of leaf blowers in the air. Summer has left the building. It’s around this time of year that the trutta army starts to splinter. Some drop the rod and pick up the bow or gun and hunt elk, deer, birds. Others start their long-awaited two-handed enterprise of the year. This week’s column goes out to the guys who want to keep trouting, or if you’re like me and have been caught up hucking the big stuff at toothy beasts these last few weeks, to return to the finesse roots of the sport before winter swoops in to limit your options. "
This piece has some insightful information on different techniques that can be useful as you plan your fall fly fishing trips. For the entire article, CLICK HERE. Enjoy.