I’m new to the game of seeking wild and native trout in super-small streams. Yes, I’m a newbie. I’ve caught plenty of fish in big rivers. My all time high was landing 37 trout in a day, and hooking about 50. Most of the fish I catch are stocked fish. Maybe a few holdover fish,
With the winter snows melting, here is the upshot: fish smaller streams. He predicts the large snow pack will blow out our watersheds, but that the feeder streams will settle down faster. Moreover, I emailed with a contact at Massachusetts DFW regarding trout stocking. Unsurprisingly, they’re expecting a delay, but they’re not sure how much.
Alright, I’m gonna discuss two more streams today: Boston Brook and Alewife Brook. These are two more streams that hold brookies, mostly stocked and some natives. First off, Boston Brook is another tributary of the Ipswich River, in Middleton. It is pretty small, with some deep pools and a few riffles. To be honest, almost
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