2016 Retrospective

As 2016 comes to a close, I’d like to thank all of you that have been following along with my thoughts, stories, fly patterns, information, and photographs on The Flow – Fly Fishing Blog. In 2016, there were many fish, good times, and beautiful pieces of water to think back on. Here are some of my favorite photographs from 2016. Enjoy, and Happy New Year!

A streamer tied by my buddy Bryan that was good for a few fish in 2016.
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Featured Fly: Pink Beaded Walt’s Worm.
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Featured Fly: Rock Worm Larva.
A big nose caught sipping a sulpur spinner as it was getting dark.
A big nose caught sipping a Sulpur spinner as it was getting dark.
A sulphur spinner with the egg sack still in tact.
A sulphur spinner with the egg sack still in tact.
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Gear Review: Hatch Finatic Fly Reels.
A thin blue line on a map that me started in fly fishing.
It’s always nice to get back to small stream Brook Trout on dry flies.

A Stanley full of coffee that was helpful to keep warm on a bitter cold day.
A Stanley full of coffee that was helpful to keep warm on a bitter cold day. Air temps were 6 degrees.
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A streamer tied by my buddy Austen that proved to be successful. Photo by Pat Burke.
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Slim Shady, a fish that will certainly not be forgotten as the year changes. Photo by Pat Burke.

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