It has been another fantastic outing to Pittsburg, NH, my 15th trip thus far (our river guide here). This morning, I decided to fish for only two hours in order to beat holiday traffic on the way home. I arrived at the river in the dark and again roll-cast out a bobber and the same
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
It was a bit last minute, but one of my college-aged kids wanted to fish. September is a tough time to dupe trout, at least for me. The big bug hatches are over, and the fish are awaiting the spawning season. Plus, they’ve seen quite a few flies already. So, I decided to head north
Bracingly-cold water during a heat wave, many fish on dry flies and a new experience. The Mrs. and I learned a few months ago that we would be empty nesters for a few summer weeks and for the first time ever. She suggested that I take her fly fishing. She had never been. Sign. Me.