Itchy Wellie Syndrome

May 2, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Often enough on such rivers, every nook and cranny can be reached with a well-placed cast, if not from the bank then while wading. Sooner or later they surrender their secrets, with fascination following swiftly behind. Then, if the other factors that make up the fishing experience are not sufficient to hold — the scenery, the wildlife, the friendships formed — Itchy Wellie Syndrome takes over.” Brian Clarke in the London Times.