Fly fishing is a fantastic way to get away from it all. There is nothing quite like focusing on how your fly is drifting to keep your mind off of any concerns you may have.
If you're like me though, you like to really get out by yourself. Sometimes it isn't too bad to share a stretch of the river with another angler. But when you really need to clear your mind, it can be tough to leap-frog the prime holes.
That is why I decided to look into other ways to go fishing. I learned about blue lining. You know looking at the maps of your local (or not so local) wilderness, and looking for the little blue lines. Now when I go out, I try to find a small tributary, with a beautiful view.
There is nothing quite like getting a wild trout to take one of your flies. Especially when it is one that you've tied yourself.
There are some challenges to this though. I want to help you learn about the pitfalls and hardships that come with blueline fly fishing.
Hi I'm Kendell. I started fly fishing avidly, about 5 years ago. At about the same time I finally graduated college.
I do things a little differently than the fly fishing world suggests. I usually have success and I always have fun!
I want to share what I do. Maybe you can learn something from it!