Mind F$*&^%

Any normal day of fishing for either species requires a mental toughness, to not only get through the down time, but stay focused, alert and always ready for when the fish eats (steelhead) or presents itself (permit). Any angler who has regularly pursued either fish has their own technique or methodology for working through this mental challenge. And let’s be clear, it is a tremendous challenge.

Tucker Ladd
Gink & Gasoline
Chasing Irish bass on the fly requires equal amounts of patience and grit…..
 

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