By all accounts it's been a different weather year around here. As an angler you've got to try to to adapt, so we've been deviating a bit from the usual routine lately. On Monday that included a fruitless but fun float down Willy Wonka's Chocolate River. We did manage to put a few nice fish in the bag on a neighboring river before setting sail, but seeing as Brett is on a tarpon flat somewhere in Mexico right about now it's going to be a little while before you see the photo evidence.
With a week of forecasted temps in the 70's it's tough to say what the rest of March will hold, but I'm guessing there'll be a lot of "firsts" for the angler. I know a lot of us are already turning a sights away from steelhead and looking forward to spring trout and warmwater action.