I fished a small stream this past weekend with a friend. Everything about that day was picture perfect. Fall has already started up in the Mount Washington Valley so we were treated to some fantastic foliage and the classic cool, crisp air that characterizes New England’s best season. The fishing was some of the best
I took a trip up to the White Mountains yesterday. The fishing was good but not great. The low water made it challenging and the fish have started to smarten up some. Quite a few takes were missed but some solid fish were caught to boot. The male brookies are starting to color up well
I fished all day Saturday. I was joined by my friend, Matt, who had never fished in the White Mountains so I was determined to put him on some fish. Instead of exploring like I have over the past 3 weeks, I decided to revisit some old haunts to see how they were still producing.
I fished Nash Stream yesterday for some pure strain (heritage) brookies. The fishing was tough due to the high water and rain but it was doable. Nymphs worked early on, although I had to use a fair deal of weight to get down to the fish. My first spot started off really slow. I fished some
Mountain streams are my favorite spots to fish. While they are fairly challenging to fish due to runoff and high/discolored water at certain times of the year, they can be red hot when hit at the right time or when the right flies are used. Due to the ease of catching fish, many people assume