A few words and pictures for those who are or would like to be "expert" at dry fly fishing on rivers.
Made a quick trip yesterday and landed a few rainbow---just curious who is the statue representing? Thanks for sharing
On April 26, 1777, Sybil Ludington rode her horse Star 40 miles (64 km) through the night in Putnam County, New York, to warn approximately 400 militiamen under her father's command that British troops were planning to attack Danbury, Connecticut, where the Continental Army had a supply depot. Paul Revere is well known, thanks to the poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Sybil gets overlooked a bit so I thought the occasion of the USA's birthday was a fit day to recognise her ride too. RR