I did an overnight trip this past weekend with a few buddies from Trout Camp. After a few weeks of saltwater fishing, we all decided that trout would be a nice change of pace. Since all of us had obligations on Saturday, we met up later that evening at a popular spot near Conway, NH.
I normally fish for pre-spawn brookies in the White Mountains in early September every year. The fishing is at its best this time of year; fish are feeding heavily in preparation for winter and larger fish are often on the move. However, with spawning being the main focus, the fishing tends to taper off very
So far, 2019 has been a poor dry-fly season for me. In part due to the cold and wet spring, none of the reliable early season hatches materialized. Alder flies were also a complete bust on the Andro. By the time dry fly action picked up, I fished almost exclusively for wild brookies. So, when
This post is a long time coming. With my hectic schedule this past week, I found no time to run this post until today. I fished the Androscoggin last weekend with Matt and Pete. It was windy and clear, not a cloud in the sky. A beautiful fall day elsewhere, but so much brightness is