Hatches 2012: Casting in the Shadow of the Sundance Kid by Greg Senyo

Magazine — By on August 7, 2012 3:36 pm

A few years ago, I finally came to realize that being a wannabe was good enough. I was grateful for all the personal fishing opportunities I did get. When I wasn’t fishing, I would stay tuned in by purchasing the latest fly fishing DVDs and magazines available on the market. I would spend countless hours tying flies as if they were going out of style! I still frequented all the fishy blogs on the Web each day, and still don’t think I could make it through a single workday if there wasn’t Moldy Chum!
The past two years I’ve had the opportunity to visit Wyoming, fishing for brown trout in what would be considered truly exceptional waters by any angler’s standards. To this day I still can’t get over the fact that the state boasts higher populations of trout, sheep and cattle than it does people. The scenery and rivers are absolutely breathtaking, and on par with many of the famous overseas trout fishing destinations we have been brainwashed to love.

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  1. crazy larry says:

    wyoming is cold, windy, and full of rednecks. stay home!

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