The best concise description of a split bamboo fly rod.

"a useful thing, beautifully made"
-Hiram Hawes

tirsdag 9. september 2014

All you need is an Adams.

Remember reading somewhere that the only fly you need, is an Adams in different sizes,  I think it was in one of mr Gierach's great books. Anyway, once in a while it's nice to just forget to always try to match the hatch. Instead just grab one of your rods from the rack, a box of classic's and hit the stream.

Once at the stream just enjoy the surroundings, have a sip of coffee while you are rigging your bamboo rod. And take one of the classics from the "Catskill box" like the famous Adams pattern and just have another great relaxing  day at the stream.

4 kommentarer:

  1. On rivers it would be my number one choice too.

    Thanks for sharing.

    1. Flyfisherman. Richard thanks
      It is a pattern Im tend to put on each time I am out, when the conditions are right.

  2. A classic is a classic for a reason! Nice going

  3. Mark, thanks
    It's a real classic, for sure.