It’s where I first learned how to fly fish, and I’ve taken my children up there when each is large enough to wade. You can fish the cool tailwaters of the Connecticut River for brookies, rainbows and landlocked salmon, the last of which are incredibly hard-fighting. You can fish the lake and ponds for wild fish. Great food, too.
This summer, I’ll be making my 12th stay up there.
I’m thinking of co-owner Tom Caron and the gang right now, as I saw the two posts below. Looking forward to summer and going to where I think heaven exists on earth!