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.
I’m new to the game of seeking wild and native trout in super-small streams. Yes, I’m a newbie. I’ve caught plenty of fish in big rivers. My all time high was landing 37 trout in a day, and hooking about 50. Most of the fish I catch are stocked fish. Maybe a few holdover fish,