I yesterday fished the Farmington. It was strange. The usual spots weren’t that productive, and the usual Euro-nymphing flies didn’t deliver. The fish most definitely were there. Some even rose just 10 feet from me. There were a ton of bugs and the trout were rising all day. The river was crammed with hatches.
During our fishing trip to Pittsburg, NH, this past weekend, we often would see a glorious sight in the mornings: rising fish. I stomach-pumped a few of them, and they consistently were full of caddis pupae. A dark brown casing and chartreuse underneath. I also saw some of the adult bugs. They were about a
Another standby. A small Caddis Emerger. #flytying #flyfishing #euronymphing A post shared by BlogFlyFish (@blogflyfish) on Jan 20, 2017 at 5:02pm PST One fly that has been consistently productive for me has been the Caddis Emerger pattern up top. Once I see some caddis popping off, I put it on. During my recent outing to
Wow. Fished after work at a very local freestone one evening this week. Hooked eleven and landed seven. Three of the browns were about 12″ or so. Video of one of them up top. I’ve fished this water before, and it’s been mediocre to pretty good. This time, it was awesome. I think it was