Posted on August 29 2005
Thanks to the efforts of conservationists, Black Earth Creek north of Madison, Wisconsin remains a pristine fly fishing spot. “When you fly fish at night, you know that it can be boom or bust. And there are plenty of good nights to make up for the bad ones. [Brett] Hulsey has caught trophy fish using large parachute hex flies that imitate the hatch on Black Earth Creek. ‘I’ll use the world’s largest dry flies,’ he joked. ‘Those are the ones these big browns can see at night.'” Brett Frazee in the Kansas City Star.