18″ brookie. During my recent visit to Pittsburg, NH, I learned quite a few things. Landed over 80 fish in four days and am feeling grateful. I’ve fished that stretch of the Connecticut River before, but walked away with five valuable lessons learned. LESSON #1: WALK FARTHER The river was at 300 cfs, which is
I am up north for my annual fishing trip to Pittsburg, NH. Weather has been great overall. Am catching a few dozen each day and am very grateful for the chance to be up here again. Enjoying my 10th stay at Tall Timber Lodge Words cannot describe the beauty of this area. So, here are
I am getting ready to fish, and with much-needed rain coming, I know many rivers will be pretty swollen. For example, here is a recent chart showing flows of the Westfield River below Knightville Dam: One strategy is to wait for the flows to subside. Unfortunately, I usually don’t have much schedule flexibility: I have
Am on my annual fly fishing “retreat.” A few days to fish solo, relax, and eat well. (Edit: I’m in Pittsburg, NH.) Caught this large Brookie today. A good day!