PHWFF Evening Casting Sessions
The sun was out and we had cloud cover on and off while we looked over the side. It was a great way to show how water visibility changes with the weather, and how it can make the fish feel a little safer when it comes to moving around for food. Once the cloud cover darkened the sky, the trout would move a little farther for spinners but wouldn’t go as far, and headed for cover in that low water when the sun returned.
July 27, 2016 6pm-8pm PHWFF New City New York We had a full house at tonight’s meeting! Some members returned after a hiatus, others returned after a trip to Alaska and we even had a few new tyers! On the lesson today was the Isonychia Soft Hackle fly pattern and a bead head version….