An update on my setup with James Green DH 7wt 10′ setup. In the last few months, I have moved over to OPST Commando Heads. With a Snap T Spey Cast and the short aggressive head it is allowing me to get the fly, with the trees on my back.
You need a relaxed cast, and I still amazed at how light the rod is, so it is fun rod for small crowded rivers.
Right now I have a 350 gr line + MOW Medium Tips, but I am looking to order and try a heavier line (I have tried lighter lines, but the 350 is the best fit of the lines I do have on hand).
From day to day the changes in the sunlight is noticeable, and though still intense in the day, the length of the solar day is quickly disappearing as we approach autumn.
So what remains is the last blooms of the summer.
I am truly been impressed with the Phlox this year, and I guess it shows how nice they can be, when the deer do not eat them.
It is August 1, and my daylilies have past their peak. Never-the-less, what remains shows the colour and luminance that I have strived for.
Is it hard to pick a favourite flower, but daylilies do rate on my list, not just for colour and endurance in Eastern Ontario, but also I have flowers from my father and it is the bed that Caitlan (daughter) helped me create.