Among fly anglers, the Lowcountry is well known as a challenging fishery. Between giant tidal swings, boat pressure, complex marsh systems, fluctuating temps, and the dolphins “crashing your party”, there are never any guarantees to land a fish. But that is part of the allure of fly fishing. The unexpected, the anticipation, and the uncertainty. It’s a thrill that keeps us going back everyday for more. For the final part of our “Comfort On, Adventure Out” Series, we invited our ambassador Jenny Tates down to Charleston for a day of fly fishing. Jenny is an amazing angler, far better than most of us, and rarely gets skunked. Through the course of the day, Jenny hit all of her shots, but the day was finicky. The temperate was oddly hot for a fall day, which made the fall bite very challenging. Not to mention, the winds made casting extremely tough, and dolphins showed us that they remain naturally more skillful anglers than us.