February hasn’t been the best of the months.
On top of lousy fishing, I’ve been forced to take some time off due to a case of tennis elbow–courtesy of one of my other hobbies.
With any luck, all will be well in a week or so. For the meantime, I’ve been passing the weekends tinkering with equipment, tying and, more importantly, plotting my spring and early summer fishing.
For starters, there are two major saltwater “hatches” to look forward to: the chum fry and this year, the pink fry.
Clousers and even small wooly buggers will do if you suddenly …