I know BlogFlyFish does a gift guide, but I also wanted to throw down some opinions on great gear that I have started using this year so that we can keep the gift ideas rolling and the donations to this year’s non-profit beneficiaries (50/50 to Casting for Recovery and Project Healing Waters) increasing. THE STREAMER RIG
If you hadn’t noticed, the rivers were blown out this weekend. The Deerfield by Charlemont hit nearly 9,000 cfs, which was a real drag because the only water really able to be tackled safely was the Swift. It also was a problem because the high water meant the Deerfield River Watershed TU chapter couldn’t get
Not every fly fishing professional is a member of Team USA like Lance Egan, but, instead, is a pillar of our local communities. View this post on Instagram Likely the biggest bass of the herring run now that my river's blueback run is tapering off. It's been a brutal season of long nights and small fish.
If you have been reading this blog for a while, you may remember some posts about some great work that the Deerfield River Watershed’s Trout Unlimited Chapter (DRWTU) has done. If not, check out these posts to get caught up (Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3). They have worked to prove what many anglers