Charlie Shadan of the Evening Fly Shop has produced a tremendous video on the Squannacook and Nissitissit rivers. He shares decades of experience and also reveals where the good spots are. It is called “You Don’t Need a Tee Time to Fish” and here is a description from his web site: The long awaited video
I’ve not had much luck at the Nissitissit, but many anglers swear by it. I have checked out some “fishy” spots, and I write this post with the caveat that I’ve not succeeded there. Here is where I’ve fished: PRESCOTT STREET BRIDGE (map coordinates) It’s fly fishing only from the bridge to the MA/NH border.
On Sunday, I hit the Nissitissit and Squannacook. The Nissi was a tough experience. I was nymphing a run, and a guy with worms walked over and started casting downstream of me, about ten feet away. He said he had been there earlier and landed three fish. Then, he moved upstream of me, again, about
Wondering if anyone knows if the warm weather this week has de-iced the Nissitissit and Squannacook? And, has anyone seen trout at the Swift? A bit ago, before the warm weather hit, I embarked on a scouting drive and went to various parts of the Nissi and Squanna. The roads down to the woodsy access areas weren’t plowed.