Charlotte Byndas

Inspiring Success in Many


Fly Fishing and Failure Journal

[tweetmeme source=”cbyndas” only_single=false]Fly Fishing and Failure JournalsSpring is here and for a lucky few this means days spent at a river fly fishing.

Do you fly fish?  Do you know someone who does?  Being new to the sport I am just learning how much goes into this particular recreational activity; it’s a lot and it would take a lifetime to learn it all.  Those that fly fish don’t even consider it a sport.  They are much more likely to call it an art, one that they never stop perfecting.

My friends that are true fly fisherman are a fun group to study.  One fly fisherman I know learned to fish with his dad in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and has been blessed to fish rivers across the country; he is someone I would consider to be accomplished or at least passionate about the activity.  He keeps a detailed journal each and every time he goes out, recording date, weather, wind direction, water conditions, flies used, clarity of the water, etc.; he records it all.  Within his journal is a record of days gone well and days that were a total flop.

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