Then and now

I’m guessing that angling for bass has always been such a special experience for me that all I want now is to preserve that personal sense of being both challenged and excited whenever I fish for them.

Saltwater fly fishing for bass with the current methods I use is difficult. I don’t catch many fish, I don’t fish as frequently, I don’t cover much ground but I do know this, no other method comes even close to providing me with a similar sense as to what I felt when wandering the empty coast, bass fishing as an excited happy teenager.

Fishing with mono, a toby and a nine foot spinning rod, what did I know then?

What do I know now?

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