One of my favorite places to fish in Western Massachusetts is a little tributary off of the Deerfield River. This unnamed location serves as a place to catch trout and forage for wild ramps that grow along the river side. Win Win. Spring is the time of year when the rivers seams to be in a constant state of growth and harmony. These rivers contain ever-growing life, from the plants, to the fish, to the insects, and the rising water from the spring rains continues to flow and feed this cycle right back to the begining. We live in a time of creation this season. It feels damn good to be apart of it.