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.
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
It’s the egg. Troy and I agree: egg fly patterns work, and we like fishing them. We like fishing them because trout love eggs. Fish have a strong sense for which food source has the most calories per unit of effort. It is how they’ve evolved over time. The Alpha Trout that have first dibs