Yesterday I went fly fishing in Central Park with author and distance casting expert Randy Kadish.
Tiny bass. We targeted the wild largemouth inhabiting the park. The fish are pretty cagey since it’s a catch-and-release fishery with a lot of pressure. I had follows from big fish that wouldn’t commit to my woolly bugger.
The bluegill came out in force. I hooked one that jumped like a bass.
Randy displayed his distance technique. He ripped off accurate 95-100 foot casts with his six-weight intermediate line.
Casting over the temporary fence.