Even when it is frigid outside, the fish have to eat.
Which means you can go out and catch them. The only problem is that going out entails being out. Thanks to modern technology and a little common sense, it is actually pretty simple to stay warm in even the coldest situations.
Whether you’re in the below-zero conditions of the Great Lakes tributaries, or a brisk 40 degree day on a North Carolina tail water, you’re going to bundle up. In this podcast I discuss some practical concepts for dressing smarter and not harder to stay warm during winter fly fishing.