Some of the goals for this blog are to: 1. Be transparent and share what works for us, and 2. Help other anglers. So, I’d like to share the contents of my fly boxes. Many anglers will not, but I already have written about the patterns that work for me. I’ve kept my promise to
Fellow blog writer Adam Kautza has many gifts. He has three degrees in fisheries and is the Coldwater Fisheries Biologist for MassWildlife. He is a talented public speaker. He’s also an incredible angler and photographer. The photos you see on the slider on our blog’s front page? They’re all Adam’s. I follow Adam on Instagram,
TL;DR: Blog improvements? Speed and fly recommendations for specific rivers. Thanks to you, some blog improvements on the technology front have been required. The short answer is that traffic has really been high, and it has slowed down the blog. So, I’ve put in some back-end improvements that will increase page speed retrievals. And, a
(TroutStreamDayDreams.Blogspot.com) Colemen Egertson recently posted about an epic outing. He went up to the White Mountains and caught 50+ brook trout on dries. Knowing him, he probably did a lot of research to try to guess which bodies of water might hold wild trout. Mission accomplished! Some amazing photos. Read all about it here.