Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The Learning Curve

I don’t know about you, but I always love to fish new places. It is always a challenge try to find out what fly or what fishing technique is going to work. On Sunday this week instead of going to Pass Lake here in Anacortes I decided to get out of my box and try another local lake that I have only fished one other time. The weather was amazing and the scenery beautiful.
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I wish I could say that the fishing was great. After a full afternoon of trying numerous flies and fishing styles. I left the lake with a relaxed but defeated mindset. I know there is fish in the lake and I vow that I will find out how to master them. Sometimes the work and effort we put into realizing success in a fishery is a large part of what draws us to fishing. There are so many variables that go into catching fish that at times it can be a puzzle that can be tough to solve. In the process we are blessed with great views and a solitude and peace that is healing to the soul.
Merry Christmas and remember to enjoy your surroundings Tight Lines
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