SMALLER AND QUIETER CAN BE BETTER
PART I: HATCHES
I’ve noticed a theme among new and once-in-a-while fly fishers: they worry that trout can’t find their fly. It’s a logical concern—there’s typically a lot of water out there per fish. But as it turns out, it’s often an unreasonable concern—trout’s lives are simple and they do the few things they do (avoid predators, mate, and find food) exceedingly well.