Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Freshwater

American Angler’s Digital Version goes Belly Up

American Angler’s Digital Version goes Belly Up Not long ago, I posted on the demise of American Angler’s print edition. Well guess what? Back in July, American Angler’s digital version went belly up too. Granted I’m way the hell late … Continue reading

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Is Euro-Nymphing Legal?

Is Euro-Nymphing Legal? Is euro-nymphing legal in a fly-fishing only area? This question keeps coming around again and again. Oh boy, here we go once more. To get to the bottom of it, (pun intended) a few years back I … Continue reading

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A Vintage Fly Rod Day

A Vintage Fly Rod Day Recently the weather here in Connecticut has been yucky. Mother Nature was throwing us a curve ball. Memorial Day weekend held three day of cold, rain, and wind. Three days. Go figure.  Terrible for this … Continue reading

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Clear Skies, Clear Water – A Day on the River

Clear Skies, Clear Water – A Day on the River Met my friend Phil on the river yesterday. Great weather, high 70’s, and plenty of sun. Clear skies, clear water – and beacoup trout. All you could ask for. Well … Continue reading

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The Stocking Truck Showed Up

The Stocking Truck Showed Up Its been a cool, windy and wet spring so far. Rivers rising and falling. With a decent weather report and no rain, I decided to head over to the Salmon River in Colchester. Yeah it … Continue reading

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