Thursday, June 28, 2012
Time to Think
One aspect of the simplicity of tenkara is that it gives you more time to think. Less gear means more time to tune into the alpine aquatic world around you. Less does indeed mean more. I realized this once again while picking apart pocket water on the East Fork of the Cimarron River in southwest Colorado, scouting some water I'll guide clients on in early July. Quality time spent on streamside inspections of adult Yellow Sallies squirming their way from under round stones. Spending mesmerized moments with stonefly shucks on wet boulders. This tri-forked river is alive with stoneflies, and I'm darned lucky to be here.
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