I just got back from five days of fishing at Grand Lake Stream in Downeast, Maine. We caught landlocked salmon, smallmouth bass, brookies and suckers. What a fun trip that was. We stayed at Weatherby’s. There were four of us: my buddy Dick, Jim and John (former board members of GBTU) and I. The weather
I had five striper trips planned on consecutive days from May 31 to June 4. I was targeting the “peak dawn” period when we want to be on the water both around two hours after high tide and at first light, a coincidence that takes place every two weeks on the new and full moons.
I should start with a brief description of my “standard” striper fly fishing trips, so readers can understand what I do. I fish in an Ipswich estuary, using canoes (or a kayak, if I’m by myself), putting in well up a tidal river at about two to three hours after high tide. I paddle downriver
How much do you know about these cinder worm hatches? People don’t talk about them much, except for those of us who chase after them, sometimes successfully. They are worms one- to three-inches in length of various colors (pink, orange, brown, etc.). They swarm on the surface of the salt ponds in Rhode Island and