this past summer many a day was spent on tiny "blue line" streams, looking glass being one of them. there was very little water and very warm temperatures. not so good for summer fishing...
but, because of this "tragedy" we were able to experience some of the most beautiful places with they most magnificent of fish. tiny as they were, in a way they had so much more to offer than the giants we all seem to be looking for.
"maybe your stature as a fly fisherman isn't determined by how big a trout you can catch, but by how small a trout you can catch without being disappointed."
Jacob is a fly fishing guide with a passion for conservation and brook trout. He is an accomplished rod builder and restorationist.
Jillian is an outdoor photographer and blogger, using her voice for Public Lands and Cold Water Conservation. She specializes in trying to out fish jacob whenever she puts the camera down.