After the first real fishing outing last week that has left me a pleasant memory it seems that spring is on the way; temperatures begin to rise and the wind is less present.
I have had very few moments to be on any stream but a few days ago as I was driving nearby a stream I did stop for a few casts on a spot that I had not visited for ages. What was not my surprise to take this big rainbow! Very beautiful, with fins in perfect condition there is no doubt whether a trout have been introduced into this stream and that has managed to survive the herons, fishermen, etc.
Even though it was cool to land this big fish I would have preferred it to be an atlantic salmo trutta fario.
With spring animals, just like fishermen, are much more active and that offers me the opportuniy to do some photography. It gives me the will to become a little more familiar with the Canon EOS 1200D camera I purchased last winter and which has almost not been used yet.
The early morning is the best time of day to watch all this wildlife that often lives a few steps, or something a few tens of yards, away from us.
I recently made new editions of my kebari tying videos, I make them so that they are understandable to everyone, especially novices so hopefully it will meet their expectations about this topic. Fly tying is not complicated or mysterious, it's just a matter of training.