King Mackerel on Fly

The first strike is short. The only evidence a fish even took a look at the olive and silver popping fly is a clear-black watered boil on the calm surface. A coronal halo of glowing life skirts the peripheries of the boil, and in moments the surface settles back down, and one at a time the luminescence fades and twinkles into nothingness with the morning stars above. [url=]Read More[/url]