My Winter So Far [In Pictures]

February is drawing to a close, and although I can’t seem to escape the snow here in Utah (or anywhere else in the West, for that matter) the very beginnings of spring are starting to be felt in the air. It’s a tad warmer than January, the days are a bit longer, and I’ve actually witnessed real-life size 16 BWOs flying around on some particularly sunny days.

While I know March will bring more snow and a final wave of winter, I thought it’d be fun to share my winter of fly fishing with you through pictures.

I’m no professional photographer, but I have LightRoom and PhotoShop, so that helps a bit. This gallery also features photos from the incredibly talented Ryan Kelly (GM of Trout Creek Flies in Dutch John, UT and @Greenriverflyfisher on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter).

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Do you have any great pictures of winter fly fishing? Please share them with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!

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Spencer Durrant

Spencer is a fly fishing writer from Utah and author of the soon-to-be-published YA novel, “Learning to Fly.” He’s a regular columnist for the Standard-Examiner, where he authors the monthly Trout Bum column, in addition to writing the Cutthroat Chronicles for Fishwest. His writing has appeared in Hatch Magazine, On The Fly Magazine, The Orvis Fly Fishing Blog, and KSL.com. If he’s not on the river, he’s at home tying flies or writing. Connect with him on Twitter or Instagram @Spencer_Durrant.

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