Our second day in Pittsburg, NH, was a “good luck” type of day for me (our river guide here). In all honesty, the fishing here has been tough. Many anglers have yet to bump a fish, and I feel that fellow blog writer, Ashu Rao, and I have had to work very hard for our
I suspect that I am not the only one among our readership who has found fly fishing and actively uses it as a form of self-therapy. There is something about how this incredible past-time allows us to connect more deeply, not only with nature, but with ourselves, that makes it truly special. Whether on the
After my successful day off on the Androscoggin late last October right before my birthday, I decided to make it a tradition. This year was no exception. Since I’ve always wanted to fish this river from a drift boat, I booked a trip with Nate Hill from North Country Angler fly shop well in advance.
The conversation often begins with telling people to leave their waders and boots at home, but plan to sight-fish for carp in the 10 to 30 lb. range. You can imagine the reactions I get, but I assure you, just as I assure my clientele, there is no exaggeration here. When fishing the Lowell, MA,