Fly Selection On Pressured Water

July 25, 2009 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Some waters, such as the fabled rills of the Catskills have been analyzed by some of the best fly-fishermen. Every free stone turn and slate drop-off on the Beaverkill, Espopus, Neversink, and many others have had tens of thousands of infinitely precise presentations offered there each year.” Newspaper publisher Oak Duke describes how minute variations in bug size and color often dictate success on individual streams — especially eastern streams crowded with “chest-wader pilgrims.” In the Norwich Bulletin.