Summer is on the horizon, though it might not feel like it when we’re watching rivers chug along chock full of runoff. But before you know it, we’ll be stashing the fleece in the dry box and tending to sunburns. The predictions for this summer are peppered with fears of forest fires and low water, tempered by the prospect of lots of fish on dry flies from dawn to dusk. Here’s to full sun and bikini tops, top eats and polarized lenses, and a throwback Thursday with all the fun of summer fishing in western Montana. Wet wading, eager cutties, skinny legs and all.
|Jayme Erickson holds a bit of summer gold in her hands wet wading in the Blackfoot in June.
Summer will be here before you know it.