Posted by on Sep 11, 2012 in Featured | 0 comments

Late afternoon brown, Hunter River, New Zealand.

 

Walking a river for trout is relaxing simply because the intense concentration involved – in navigating slick rocks, in spotting the lazy sway of a tail through a brief window in churning water, in the final moments of landing a difficult fish. This kind of focus drives everyday cares from the mind. The relaxation fishing brings is not a case of thinking about nothing, but about one thing and nothing else.

 

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