#MomentofChill 11.20.18: Slow Crawl

We believe in the power of nature to replenish our spirit and restore balance to our lives. That’s why, each day from today through Christmas Day, we will post a “Moment of Chill”—a short video that will transport you to a place where you don’t have to do anything but watch, enjoy, and breathe.

Today’s #MomentofChill, from Todd Moen of  Catch Magazine, features a monster mayfly making its way up a fly rod. Throughout the Rocky Mountains, anglers refer to any very large mayfly–such as this beeauty from British Columbia–as a “drake.” These big bugs offer a high-calorie meal that will draw even trophy-size trout to the surface during a hatch. Anglers also love these mayflies because the patterns that imitate them are easy to see on the water.

And if you’re having a rough day and feel the need for some new chill NOW, visit the Moment of Chill homepage.

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