Posted on October 10 2007
Charlie Meyers’s summary of the lessons demonstrated by the winners of this past week’s U.S. National Fly Fishing Championships includes an astute observation from the winner: “For every public-water fisherman who finds himself hemmed in by angling pressure, the advice of gold medalist George Daniel of Lock Haven, Pa., might be equally precious. ‘It’s all about time management and strategy‘ Daniel asserted. ‘I try to figure out how to fish the water completely without having to go through it twice, to get the most out of it on that first pass.'” In the Denver Post.