I took advantage of a few days off from work to make another journey deep into the Great North Woods of Coos County. This time, my dad wanted to come along to experience the great fishing and spectacular views. Unfortunately, due to the conflicting events, my dad could only take off so many vacation days
We drove up this morning. The kids landed fish on their own, including the rookie. About to head into dinner and am enjoying this calming view for now. Feeling grateful…. This never gets old. At @talltimberlodgenh. #flyfishing #heavenisforreal A post shared by BlogFlyFish.com (@blogflyfish) on Jun 28, 2017 at 2:48pm PDT
A happy Father’s Day to all! I usually fish on Father’s Day. But, this morning, I instead decided to prep for an upcoming fishing trip with some of my children. We again will be going to Tall Timber. Rather than fish, decided to tie flies for one of my daughters for upcoming trip to @talltimberlodgenh.
As you may recall, I have a love affair with Tall Timber Lodge up in Pittsburg, NH (prior posts here). It’s where I first learned how to fly fish, and I’ve taken my children up there when each is large enough to wade. You can fish the cool tailwaters of the Connecticut River for brookies,