By official decree of the Trout Gods the Plecopteran spring has officially sprung! Hence the EBS meniscus emergency rescue service has arrived. As another sunless dreary winter seems to be a thing of the past I never knew what a soul and sanity rescuing service the hatch of Early Black Stoneflies … [Read more...] about COLD STONED
( Though many of us love to fish dries and swinging wets, Midges and micro crustaceans are a trout's bread and butter in the benthic bio drift in winter as pictured above. Thus entailing nymphing either traditional or Euro style. Though we tend to confuse midge larvae color with adults' coloration … [Read more...] about MICROMANAGING MINUTIAE-OVERCOMING TINY FLY PHOBIA
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!
Brown trout (Salmo trutta) are the closest thing in the true fish world that resemble dog behavior other than their cousins Salmo salar and besides mammalian dolphins and orcas. Their intelligence (be carful author!-trout do not poses intelligence but have instinctual behavior) has always baffled … [Read more...] about Anthropomorphisms to Brown Trout?-Drug Junkie Butter!
( Fresh dime bright and still dripping sea lice Salmo Salar-Lax-A Iceland image https://www.lax-a.net/author/arni/page/4/) Hallowed Waters Journal is a big proponent of Atlantic salmon fly fishing. There is nothing more pure and sensational than to watch an Atlantic salmon take a dry fly or chase … [Read more...] about The Atlantic Salmon “Missing at Sea” Dilemma-Maybe Better Understood