Pictorial: A Day On The Delaware
In today's world, there's never enough time to visit all the fishing locations we'd like. Responsibilities at work, time shared with the family and so many other obligations always seem to take precedence.
My trout fishing has suffered dearly this summer. Some days I don't know if I'm coming or going. The only thing that really gets me through the day is knowing that I'm not the only one who has to make these types of sacrifices.
Recently, my good friend and fellow fly-fishing guide John Miller sent me a series of photos from the Delaware River in New York. John figured that, since I wasn't able to make the trip over this summer, he'd send me a photographic record of an entire day's float, just so I could see what I was missing.
Deep down I know his intent was to rub it in my face, and bust on his buddy, but it actually achieved just the opposite. It took me away on a mental journey – exactly what I needed.
I enjoyed this photo journey so much that I think words would spoil it for you. Just like it did for me, let your mind take you away from work or the home or the yard or whatever else is on your plate. Just scroll down the page and enjoy this float down the Delaware River.
Photos by John Miller