One of the articles we featured in “Things Worth Reading” last week was “The Top 5 Trout Flies You Should Carry at All Times.” That got us thinking about the fly patterns we carry and what they would be if we were only limited to five of them.
Friday has come around again. Grab your coffee or morning beverage of choice, pull up a chair, and enjoy this week’s “Things Worth Reading” – 5 articles on ticks, carp, trout flies, angler position, and some great wild game recipes.
Can you think of a better way to start your Saint Patrick’s Day than to pair your morning coffee/tea with the latest edition of “Things Worth Reading?” Neither can we. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!
It’s March, the winter tying season is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t stop trying to organize your tying area.
We woke up to a few inches of snow in State College this morning (this after a day of sun with temperatures in the upper 50s). Oh well. More snow means more water for the streams!
Anyway, here’s this week’s roundup of articles and videos that are worth checking out. Enjoy!
If you’re in the State College area on March 25, check out the 44th Annual Spring Creek Chapter of Trout Unlimited banquet. It’s a great evening of food, camaraderie, and fun and is worth checking out.
Another Friday, another edition of “Things Worth Reading” to go with your morning coffee or tea. Enjoy this week’s selection of a few articles and two videos!