And excellent post by Mr. Darma of the Drift, on this Opening Day eve.
If you've never been to his blog, make sure you do. He ties some fantastic flys, and is known to drop pearls of wisdom like this one:
"When you're on a small stream, it's usually good to dumb down your entomology skills, and instead of thinking in terms of 'isonychia', 'october caddis', and 'baetis', start thinking in terms of 'little', 'big', 'light', and 'dark'."
That's so true, it should be in the Bible.
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