Posted on December 11 2016
- A fly tied as a “riffle hitch” causes a pattern to plane across the water during a swinging presentation, perpendicular to the leader. Paul Smith explains how to use this technique effectively on the water in this recent article via American Angler.
- Water is a verb, writes Judith D. Schwartz. “Water is always in motion. It expands in volume or retrenches; it retains or releases energy. It changes state, moving from gas to liquid to solid and back again, in an ongoing dialogue with land and sun.” Read as Schwartz examines the water cycle via National Geographic.