The Squannacook’s Peter Bertozzi wildlife area is an awesome stretch. Access is easy and the trout are willing when they’re there. I’ve spent quite a few outings fishing various parts of the river, and I’ve concluded that the Bertozzi stretch is the best by far (I tomorrow will write about some other good spots). This
I went to the Squannacook and fished the Bertozzi area. I hit the spots where I usually find trout. I had only one take. I saw a glimpse of pink of a trout that then headed for some underwater branches and popped off. Amazingly, the tippet didn’t break and I was able to steadily pull
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.