Blue River on Black Friday Video and the Monday Morning Cyber Sidewalk

| November 28, 2016

Good cyber Monday morning! Was your e mail inbox as full of sh … tuff as mine this morning? I guess that’s the new way of doing things. One thing for sure; Black Fridays aren’t what they used to be. However, a little fly fishing BOB (Blue on Black) trip did me a lot of good.

The video shows – you that have experience (on the Oklahoma Blue River’s catch-and-release) – everything you probably already knew about how to get there, and how to get to the upper reaches of the c-n-r area. But since I hadn’t been there in a couple of years, I took the time to really think about that fishery as not just (what I call) a waterpark for fly fishers. I really considered how difficult the Blue River can be for a novice fly fisher, and with that I began mentally assembling a list of “Techniques For Success on the Blue River,” and a detailed list of reasons why “Better Casting Makes for Better Blue Days” as well. Finally, I also included a list of flies that can work on any given trip to the Blue River. One technical tip I forgot to mention in all the ways to fly fish the Blue River (at the end of the video) is DRY FLY. So add that to the ways you can approach (the Blue) and hone your skills for other waters in other places.

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Thanks for reading this Monday in the cyber realm! Have a great week and don’t miss the North Texas winter rollout of new fashionable hats from www.cimarrona.com at the Randy Brodnax Christmas Bash this coming weekend in Deep Ellum at the Sons of Hermann Hall. It is a great opportunity to find unique (one of a kind) gifts for yourself and others this giving season.

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