Fly Fishing Southern France's River Sorgue

John Adams escapes Savannah, Georgia for the equally urbane south of France, where he is guided to grayling and brown trout by local Cyril Ponce. “The river Sorgue is spring and snow fed, and has a hard bottom, making the water gin clear. We began to see fish immediately. Cyril pointed out that they were grayling. We were after brown trout, not grayling. Cyril relented and soon caught a few grayling to show me the proper technique.” In the Savannah Morning News.

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