Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Freshwater

Dave has Gone West Again

Dave has Gone West Again My friend Dave and his buddy Pete have gone West again. Lucky dudes. They’re fishing both Montana and Idaho. This autumn trip to the trout meccas of the Rockies is becoming an annual gig for … Continue reading

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Euro-Nymphing with a Crappie Pole?

Euro-Nymphing with a Crappie Pole? By buddy Phil is always figuring out new ideas. You may remember a few posts back he showed us how to use an ice float for fly storage. Well recently he has been fascinated with … Continue reading

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A Trip to the Great North Woods

A Trip to the Great North Woods In the previous post I told you about the effect of climate change and covid on my trip north. Damn, quite a bummer. The river was overrun with anglers. Completely overrun. The photo … Continue reading

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Climate Change and Covid are Affecting our Fisheries

Climate Change and Covid are Affecting our Fisheries I just got back from a trip up to the Great North Woods. A place I love and have been going to since the mid-1980’s. But I was totally unprepared for what … Continue reading

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Dave ‘s 18″ Brown Trout

Dave’s 18″ Brown Trout My friend Dave got himself a nice 18″ brown trout. No this isn’t famous the Dave I speak about all the time – the redfish king, down in Punta Gorda. This Dave lives here in Connecticut. … Continue reading

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