We are at the beginning of spring, the morels are showing their nose, the birds are starting to flutter, the bees are outside, in short, nature is quietly waking up after a little period of lethargy.
It is also the case for the fishermen, it is the moment to find the river and its inhabitants. We are still a little rusty but it is always a pleasure to find the gestures of our art, the contact of the cork in the hollow of our hand and with a little luck the first fish. As soon as there is a hatch, we are so obsessed with seeing if it gobbles that we forget to watch this moment when the insects spread their wings. Fortunately, Gilbert Rowley spent a few hours at the edge of a long way from home. In this episode, you’ll see lots of insects, up close and personal. It’s breathtakingly beautiful. Enjoy