Originally, my plan was to scout some wild trout spots in upstate New York, where I recently relocated. However, with heavy thunderstorms predicted for the afternoon, I couldn’t resist the temptation to target some larger browns. There is a highly pressured river near me that has an abundance of large brown trout. Due to the
I did an overnight trip this past weekend with a few buddies from Trout Camp. After a few weeks of saltwater fishing, we all decided that trout would be a nice change of pace. Since all of us had obligations on Saturday, we met up later that evening at a popular spot near Conway, NH.
We are in uncharted waters. Recently, Covid-19 has swept the nation and brought the world to its knees. The entire country is on lock down and all non-essential businesses are closed. With no clear end in sight, there have been very few silver linings lately except for fishing. Fishing has given many of us, myself
I took a trip to the Cocheco with good friends Lars and Tyler on Friday afternoon. The recent warm weather had us chomping at the bit to get out and, luckily, we found our opportunity. March fishing by definition is fickle. Fish are still in their wintering lies, activity is slow, and bite windows are