A while ago, I heard about an unstocked stream that has some wild fish in it. I long have wanted to fish it and finally had a brief window to try it out Friday at end-of-day. It’s your typical small and meandering stream. Short runs, some riffles, a few plunge pools. Much of the water
I hit a Connecticut freestone for a few hours during a brief break in the wind and cold. I landed some fish, and the hardest-fighting one of all was this one. It’s a sucker fish and was about 14″. For a moment, I thought I had on a big brown. I mean, this
RM Lytle fishes nearly every day. So can you. The pictures of wild brookies and other species on his blog are beautiful. And, he seems to fish mostly near his home. So can you. Blue lines are everywhere. DFW has gone through the trouble of identifying cold water fisheries, which you can access here. Moreover,
(Learning how to fish wet flies) I this morning guided one of my children on a local river. We caught some bass, panfish, and chubs. Hooked a brown trout that fell off after a good battle. Trout were rising and jumping around noon. We saw only one other angler. I enjoy fishing with my children.