To access quickly info about the best flies and DIY river spots that have worked for me, links are below. Note that these are all amply-stocked waters that many already visit and about which much information already has been published. I’ve found that many rivers are sub-par. I track in my fishing journal what fly
Well, it was more of the same yesterday for Jamie and me. We fished at many spots and had a good day finding some wild and stocked fish. We did run into a young father, whose wife was on the bank, carrying their baby. We gave up one of our spots and gave to him
A super-quick post this morning, as Jamie and I are about to hit the water. He and I connected yesterday afternoon, and we hit some of the glamour spots up here at Pittsburg, NH’s Trophy Stretch. It didn’t take long for Jamie to get into some fish, and some good ones, too. I worked all
I’m trying to focus on quality rather than quantity up here at The ‘Burg. As I’ve written, Jamie and I are up here for a blog writers’ outing. I headed up a day early and am grateful that my family and work schedules worked out. I’ve been fishing new water up here, as I have
The Deerfield is a terrific river. But, it’s a working river, and the pulsed flows and size are often not an ideal match for youngsters and those new to wading. For the most part, when we are camping at the Mohawk Trail State Forest with the family, we are primarily fishing small streams (Part 1).