Flies the Size of Chihuahuas

“A pike fly is nothing like a dainty little trout fly. It’s a gaudy monstrosity of a thing, 4 to 10 inches long, that you sink below the surface to imitate a wounded baitfish or other aquatic critter to entice a strike.” Wes Smalling goes pike fishing with Ed L’Heureux on New Mexico’s Rio Grande and describes why pike are an altogether different quarry. In The Free New Mexican.

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