Trout are tough to figure out. But, I’ve learned over time that one thing really, really matters: water temperature. That’s why I never leave for the river without my stream thermometer. Since learning about this, I now know where to find trout, when in the day, and what fly/technique to use. I have to credit all
I’m just six months into fly tying. I have learned a lot. Regarding fly fishing, the more I know, the more I realize I don’t know. So, I’ve tried to embrace technology to get feedback. I’ve found a great way to do so is to post pictures of my flies to the fly-tying sub-group on
Sources cite that the stretches of the Quinapoxet are free of ice. I don’t know that river at all and have been eager to fish it. But, I will have to wait. Coleman Egertson, a really informed angler (his blog here), mentioned to me that the water is cold and that it is unlikely that
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.