BlogFlyFish.com https://www.blogflyfish.com #1 New England Fly Fishing Blog. Among Top 25 in the World. Androscoggin, Ashuelot, Beaverhead, Cape Cod, Cocheco, Connecticut, Deerfield, Exeter, Farmington, Hoosic, Housatonic, Isinglass, Lamprey, Millers, Natchaug, New Haven, Nissitissit, Quaboag, Quinapoxet, Rock Creek, Saco, Salmon, Sandy Creek, Souhegan, Squannacook, Stillwater, Swift, Wachusett Reservoir, Westfield, Willimantic and others. Sun, 22 Apr 2018 10:37:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.5 https://www.blogflyfish.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Site-Icon.jpg BlogFlyFish.com https://www.blogflyfish.com 32 32 124989127 Overview: The Souhegan River https://www.blogflyfish.com/2018/04/overview-the-souhegan-river.html https://www.blogflyfish.com/2018/04/overview-the-souhegan-river.html#comments Sun, 22 Apr 2018 10:30:55 +0000 https://www.blogflyfish.com/?p=7575 The Souhegan River is a great spot to fish in southern NH. Fish and Game stocks it heavily during the spring with all three species. There are supposedly also wild brookies present. Access isn’t a problem as much of the river flows through public land. With around 30 miles of fish-able river, it can be

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At the Willimantic River https://www.blogflyfish.com/2018/04/at-the-willimantic-river.html https://www.blogflyfish.com/2018/04/at-the-willimantic-river.html#comments Sat, 21 Apr 2018 14:56:35 +0000 https://www.blogflyfish.com/?p=7583 With most rivers blown up and cold, I took a risk and went to the areas north of, and within, the Willimantic’s Cole Wilde TMA. I thought I’d explore one of the brooks around there with the theory that tributaries clear out faster than rivers. I ended up doing more walking and scouting in the

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Golf Course Pond Escapade, Part 2 https://www.blogflyfish.com/2018/04/golf-course-pond-escapade-part-2.html https://www.blogflyfish.com/2018/04/golf-course-pond-escapade-part-2.html#comments Fri, 20 Apr 2018 04:00:31 +0000 https://www.blogflyfish.com/?p=7344 With ice out and the rivers blown, I thought it would be a good time to sneak onto a local golf course. I did this last year (here), and I had a great time. I figured this was an ideal window. The course was not yet open, and access should be easy. Armed with my

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Craig Mathews: Small Soft Hackles https://www.blogflyfish.com/2018/04/craig-mathews-small-soft-hackles.html https://www.blogflyfish.com/2018/04/craig-mathews-small-soft-hackles.html#comments Wed, 18 Apr 2018 04:00:21 +0000 https://www.blogflyfish.com/?p=7439 Craig Matthews of Blue Ribbon Flies has invented quite a few flies, such as the Sparkle Dun and X-Caddis. On a side note, when Dupont was about to stop making Z-Lon, he bought all of the remaining inventory (source: Tim Flagler). So, any Z-Lon that you buy today has passed through Blue Ribbon. I love

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