Filed under: Angling | Tags: fly fishing, Moormans river, winter, woolly buggers
This past weekend I was able to get out and do some early winter fly fishing on the headwaters of the Moormans River. The section I fished is a less than idylic setting but because it is stocked a few times a year by the local Trout Unlimited chapter you are sure to catch some beautiful rainbows.
The water was frigid and the fish happy to entertain these peach colored woolly buggers I was throwing them. Even though the fish were biting the cold got to me and I took off after just a few hours knowing there would be more days of winter trout fishing ahead.
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