Posts Tagged "aaron jasper"

It’s not how high you fly

»Posted by on Jul 30, 2015 in Fly Fishing Evolution | 0 comments

…it’s how far you go. This past weekend I had Mark out for his first trip of the season. As you would guess it was rough going at first. He got the hang of it again just in time to land a bunch of trout including this 24 inch wild brown trout! More often than not keeping with it equals success than one would think. Just like when I was a kid I was told that quitters never win. This was true again. He landed it European Nymphing with 6x tippet.

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Night Fly Fishing – The Quest for a Brown Trout of a Lifetime

»Posted by on Jul 30, 2015 in Fly Fishing Evolution | 0 comments

Introduction Fly fishing for trout at night takes a special dedication. It requires sleep deprivation, sometimes in massive quantities, especially if there is a large trout at stake. I have fished at night for many years and thought that I knew what I was doing until I met my good friend Tony Scuderi. We fished a great deal during the day and I would come up on the better end when we finished up. Naturally, I thought I would show him a thing or two; I was in for a big surprise. I’ll never forget it, we were fishing the Famous Corner Hole on the Housatonic River in Connecticut. We started art about ten. I took the first fish, a nineteen-inch brown and thought that this was going to be easy. After catching that fish, I thought this would be like the best of our...

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Fly Fishing Show – Marlborough, MA

»Posted by on Jan 20, 2012 in Juiced Fly | 0 comments

A quick look at what’s going on so far. More embaressing photos of Aaron to come. Enjoy.

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From Fly Fishing Evolution Blog – Layering up Right Leads to More Winter Fun on the Water…

»Posted by on Dec 9, 2011 in Fly Fishing Evolution | 0 comments

Layering up properly or not can lead to having a great winter experience or one that will never make you want to fish in the cold agian.  When I fish in the winter I like to start with a very thin wicking sock, with a heavy wool sock over it. The wicking sock will wick away moisture fgrom your foot and the heavy wool sock will keep you warm. For my leggings, I really like Patagonia expedition weight Capeline. These pants are enough to keep you warm even when fly fishing  in 32 degree water. For the top layer, I like to start with a midweight Capeline quarter neck zipped shirt. On top of this I put an R4 jacket on top. For my last under layer I use a Patagonia Nano puff jacket. Thisis enough to keep you warm, unless there is precipitation involved. If the...

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From Fly Fishing Evolution Blog – Sometimes the Biggest Fish are where you Least Expect them…

»Posted by on Dec 8, 2011 in Fly Fishing Evolution | 0 comments

This was surely the cast here. I have been doing a lot of research on streams to fish, due to being sick over the last few weeks. Heath and I met up for a half day of fishing last weekend. We made a short stop at Cabelas in Hamburg, Pennsylvania to grab a new Buff… you can never have enough. We stopped at a spring creek where a scientist had planted trout eggs dozens of years ago just to see what would happen. We spotted tons of wild brown trout and rainbow trout. One brown trout was in excess of 28 inches for sure! It was simply amazing. We took good numbers up nice sized fish, but the one in the photo takes the prize. There were redds everywhere so we stayed out of the water. It was an amazing day at a unique place. Fly Fishing Evolution Guide...

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