Raindrops splatter on the water surface and the soft bounce of the bobber skimming along with the ribboning flow. At first, you are aware of the other people fishing in these same waters. Keeping your breathing steady and even, you get your weight evenly distributed with your feet nestled into a flat place between the river bottom rocks. Your focus hones in on the bank across the river. You cast the line out and with its release go some of your cares and woes.
If itís just for a few hours or the day here on the Roaring Fork River, and the other world you inhabit every day may as well be a million miles away. For this moment, you are here and nowhere else. Present.
Fly fishing guides Flinn Pomeroy and Matt Selig will tell you this is a common experience amongst their clients.
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