When Fly Fishers Get Lazy

May 7, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Ken Allen makes an excellent point about the tendency of fly fishers to be more careless than their bait-slinging cousins, simply because many fly fishers are more accustomed to fishing stocked and crowded streams. “Soon, a well-known Maine fly rodder with a national reputation arrived at the top of the glide on the opposite bank from me. After stringing up his rod, he plowed into the water and waded to the middle, pushing wavelets ahead of him that gently lapped the shore.” On MaineToday.com.