Two Faced God Improves January Winter Tooele Trout Fishing
He was a rather strange looking god with two faces; one facing forward and one rearward. He could see into the past and future. Our word January is derived from his name; Janus.
Photo January Rainbow Trout Caught In Tooele County Utah On Ice Free Springs
Two Faces Are Better Than One
I was thinking about how cool it would be to have two faces like Janus. My rear face could watch my back cast as I’m casting and watch out for those pesky limbs and bushes trying to snag my fly line. In addition, one face could admire the scenery while the other fishes.
Two faced For Another Time
I’ve known some people who were defiantly like Janus; two faced - but that is a topic for another time.
Reflecting On Past Helps Us Plan On A Solid Fishing Future
Getting back to Janus, he was the god of gates, doors and change. It’s appropriate that January is named after him. With the New Year and a new decade, we have a great opportunity to look back at last year and look forward to the next.
Resolve To Spend Your Free Time By Deciding How Much You Have
Several years ago, I resolved not to make any more New Year’s resolutions. My life has been
considerably simplified since I made and kept that resolution. When January comes around, I do take time to review the last year and consider the next. I look at what I’ve accomplished and what I want to accomplish in the upcoming year.
Go Winter Ice Free Fishing For Trophy Trout
For example, one of my goals for 2009 was to do more fishing and when I reviewed that year I could clearly see I had done just that! One of the things that helped me a great deal was having a nearby, convenient, weather protected trophy trout fishery 40 minutes from my house. It is a piece of cake to sneak away for an afternoon or an evening casting your nymph or dry-fly to hungry behemoth tiger and rainbow trout. The psychological benefits are incalculable!
We face this New Year fraught with challenges and laden with opportunity. Let’s all make the best of it. I suggest that if you do not fish and want to, and then take it up. Hire a guide or take some lessons (Clyde and I do both) and if you already are a fly fisherperson, go more often. We often see fly-fisherpersons Photo Trophy Rainbow Trout Caught In January In Spring Creek Near Tooele Utah taking a child or relative with them – what priceless memories they are creating.
I am certain that this would make all three faces smile; the two on Janus and the one in your mirror.
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