Maine's West Branch of the Penobscot

Ken Allen writes about windows of opportunity, both literal and figurative, happening now on the West Branch of the Penobscot, where the fly-only season lasts but a few more weeks. “My favorite dry-fly presentations on the Ripogenus stretch takes advantage of a characteristic of the river. Tiny, bouncing wavelets cover the surface in places, but astute observers notice flat, surface patches 3 to 5 feet long that float downstream on this undulating meniscus, windows for the fish.” On MaineToday.com.

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