Back in early June word arrived on short notice that MA campgrounds would not be open in June: our reservation at our favorite campground, DCR’s Mohawk Trail State Forest, was cancelled (DCR subsequently re-opened most campgrounds on July 1). One of my favorite times of the year, and some important one-on-one time fishing with
I think one of the most enduring parts of fly fishing is not the fish, the flies, or the trips. It is the people whom you meet. I did a Bucket List foray to fish for monster browns at Arkansas’s White River (prior post here). Concord Outfitters set it up, and I ended up rooming
Like many anglers who learned a cast or a tip from Bernard “Lefty” Kreh, my son and I both feel a bit of a connection to the legendary angler. Maybe, it’s more like a small debt. Or, a dash of jealousy, even, as Lefty was a person who accumulated multiple lifetimes of fishing knowledge and
Fall is a great time to get out on the water. There are fewer people fishing, as many are chasing deer instead. And, the fish can be brilliantly colored. Here are a few memorable ones from the past. So, a friendly heads-up that MassWildlife has stocked the Deerfield, Squannacook and Nissitissit (current status report here).