Moods of Dif­fi­cult Places

NZ Fish & Game - - Front Page - A pho­to­graphic es­say by Les Hill

F LY FISH­ERS COULD AR­GUE, not with­out cause, that it is dif­fi­cult to cast a fly any­where. There are few days on a river or

lake when the wind doesn’t blow, and head-on most of­ten. Over­head, the sky is fre­quently dull, hin­der­ing vis­i­bil­ity into the do­main of the

trout, while grass and scrub-cov­ered banks and shores re­peat­edly snare er­rant, low-slung casts. How­ever, de­spite the uni­ver­sal dif­fi­cul­ties

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