It's truly amazing that the more you think you have finally figured out shit, the more you realize you dont know shit! This especially applies to the natural world of trout, insects and entomology that forever are evolving and unraveling in more complex ways with climate change. As the elusive … [Read more...] about Noah’s Drakes
Our new spring issue has 250 pages of luscious content and stunning images celebrating the rite of spring and the annual trout opener that has been celebrated in history and paid homage to in classic writings like in John Voelker's "Trout Madness". We invite you to come and subscribe and see what … [Read more...] about What’s in our Spring Issue of Hallowed Waters-lots to love!
The late night Hex banter may go like this: "It's on!...it's off! "We need more heat and humidity"... " This damn cold front is screwing the bugs up"...and always the should've been here talk: "had a ton of bugs in the air last night, it got cold too quick tonight", …and as always the "too many … [Read more...] about The Vexing Hex Hatch
It's been another year and episode of climate change 301. Rivers heating up way too early, droughts, crazy disappearance of hatches and of course the plague of cicadas and gypsy moths- apocalyptical eh? Everyone and every predating aquatic beast wants a piece of this big mayfly bug action. Fly … [Read more...] about What Happened to the Gray Drakes?-The Majesty and Travesty in One Year
It's mayfly season-right? So our hatch matching attention should be on those amazing, beautiful, and delicate mayflies we have waited all year for. But???...why are those bloody sedges, as the Brit's call them, making such a fuss? The caddis conundrum is a dilemma that has plagued hatch matchers for … [Read more...] about It’s Mayfly time-but why the caddis fuss?