Published Jan 15. 2021 - 3 years ago
Updated or edited Jan 16. 2021

Sometimes even slow days end great!

Bass fishing at its best for a small South Texas fly fishing stream. This was a great day. However it started kinda slow. Lots of walking, searching for fish with no success. But I moved to another little creek, and wow was that an amazing day! Some really nice bass and sunfish. Honestly one of the best days ive had in a long time fishing! Maybe I am finally starting to figure out how to fish this area, or maybe it just was a good day. Either way, I hope more days like this are in my future.

The rod I was fishing was the risen 23PS and you can check them out at You can also get a discount on your first order by typing in McFly at checkout. So go check them out!

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