Colie Egerston was kind enough to email me with a fishing report. He yesterday hit one of his favorite small streams to seek wild browns and brookies. Unfortunately, water conditions were less than ideal in terms of temp and color. But, he may try again on Saturday. And, for me, I’ve been tying some flies.
Trout are tough to figure out. But, I’ve learned over time that one thing really, really matters: water temperature. That’s why I never leave for the river without my stream thermometer. Since learning about this, I now know where to find trout, when in the day, and what fly/technique to use. I have to credit all
I am a newbie at fishing Massachusetts waters. I started fishing local waters only last year. Before, I would fish only once or twice a year, up in the heralded waters around Pittsburg, NH, near Canada. Then, I started listening to Tom Rosenbauer’s podcasts and felt the need to find local waters. Since then, I’m
Thanks to a tip from a reader of this blog, I found some open water at a small stream that holds wild brookies and browns. I had only a few hours and followed the sound of running water to find it. A stunning place. I’m new to this stream and was struck by its beauty.