"A River Runs Through It" continues to inspire the full picture fly-fishing
MANCHESTER, Vt. — The rushing water around the legs is nice. There's definitely something to rays of light pushing through the trees and to watching current break around a rock, but technically those can be consistent in any type of fishing.
It's that moment of pause at the back of the cast that sets fly-fishing apart. It forces you to wait, if even for just a split second, and admire. It's almost as if nature is watching, waiting to see if you'll have the patience to get in rhythm.
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