Since I have been talking a lot about native brook trout, I thought I would do a quick post on telling the difference between stocked brookies and wild brookies. To be honest, it can be really hard to tell these apart, but there are a few tips that can help you tell if you’ve just
For some reason this didn’t post last night. Well, here it is… For all you Northeastern Massachusettsians (or anyone who is willing to drive), this is for you! I want to discuss some local brook trout streams, and break them down. Now I’m not gonna be discussing any native trout streams (although some of these
Although many people use them, nobody likes to admit they do. They tie them on when no ones looking, make sure they sink as fast as possible so that they can’t be seen, and store them in a little box deep in the bottom of their backpack. Yes, I’m talking about eggs and worms; the
Just got back from a trip to the Swift. It was a rough trip- it was freezing, rainy, and tough fishing. I fished below the Y-Pool for most of my time, and landed one 13 inch rainbow on a zebra midge. The new Simms Raincoat held out well, and I was dry despite the rain.