I’m really grateful to Will Kirousis for often commenting on blog posts and offering insights. I also am grateful that he volunteered to write about a river about which I’ve heard good things and for which there is very little info offered in writing: the East Branch of the Swift River. When I received the
As the sun rises higher in the horizon and the temperature warms, we soon will be heading into prime trout season. The stocker trucks may not start rolling until end of March or early April, but there are many waters that will house holdovers. We’ve invested a great deal of time into “overview guides” for
TL:DR: The Millers River is great for new anglers. For the “best flies,” read below and click here. If you’re new to fly fishing, the Millers is a good choice. There are many easy-to-pick spots with convenient access. The river is heavily stocked in the spring and gets a dose, usually, in the fall, too.
Ben Ehrhardt knows well the Quinapoxet, and I’m glad he is willing to write some guest posts to share his knowledge. Thank you, Ben, for your insights and generosity! Here is his first post: The Quinapoxet is a wonderful river that doesn’t get fished too hard (except for right after stocking), and it holds trout