Arizona Fly Fishing: Spring Backpacking (Day 3)

Not much to say about a beautiful day on the water…

Brook Trout
Brook Trout
Brown
Brown Trout
Blue Wing Olive
Blue Wing Olive
Brown Trout
Brown Trout
Brook Trout
Brook Trout
Fly Tying Turkey Feathers
Fly Tying Turkey Feathers

10 Responses to “Arizona Fly Fishing: Spring Backpacking (Day 3)”

    • azwanderings

      Thanks Erin. I was very lucky to find the whole batch of them together. Looked like turkey had a fairly close encounter alongside the stream. Thanks for the kind words.

      Ben

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  1. mr blur

    I got those feathers coming outta my ears.
    sweet leetle feeshies. I know where you went.
    keep up the good work. it was fun this morning.
    kick ass in oregon, wish I were there.

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    • azwanderings

      Thanks Mike. I had a good time this morning too. Always fun to walk around the ponds. I’ll take lots of pictures in Oregon. Stay cool here in the Valley.

      Ben

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    • azwanderings

      Thanks David. Looks like you and Mike had yourselves a good time chasing those cutts in the mountains. Thanks for the kind words.

      Ben

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    • azwanderings

      Thanks Matt. My neck of the woods and my normal fishing haunts are ok for the time being. Unfortunately some of our best lakes and bigger rivers are in dire straights. We need the wind to stop and the a little bit of rain to start. Fingers crossed that they get a handle on this soon. Say a prayer for us. Thanks for the kind words.

      Ben

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  2. Bill

    Just read through and looked at all three installments Ben. Great recap of your adventures and absolutely beautiful fish. Once again it felt like I was there. Outstanding series of posts!

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    • azwanderings

      Thanks Bill. It’s easy to write about these kind of trips. I appreciate the kind words.

      Ben

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