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Just a reminder.  Our free casting clinics start Saturday 2 at 9:00am-10:30.  We run these all summer Weds. nights 4:00-5:30, and Sat. 9:00-10:30.  We provide rods, but you are welcome to bring your own.  Please call the shop to reserve a spot! ...
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Is everyone making plans to spend the weekend of Sept 11-13th with us in Stowe VT?  We are holding the 1st annual VT Fly Fishing Show here at the Fly Rod Shop.  Celebrity fly tiers, casting presentations, on river clinics, and several product reps under the tent. ...
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Date: 4/26/15Water Clarity:  Muddy/ Smaller water-ClearWater Temperatures: Low-Mid 40'sHatches: Some Brown and Black StonefliesSuggested Patterns: Streamers! White and Black Wooly Buggers, Zonkers, Mouthwash, Sculpin Patterns, Marabou Muddlers etc. ...
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The water is on the drop.  We still have a strong flow, but there are definitely more fishable areas now.  With spawning activity in full swing  more and more fish are starting to drop back.  Dropbacks seem to be dispersed throughout the river and fishing for them should continue to improve unti ...
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Just want to make everyone aware that we offer inland Charter boat guided trips here in Vermont.  Target trout, bass, and pike from our 21' Aluma Craft.  This boat is decked out.  Troll, spin, or fly fish from with one of our experienced guides.  Up six people can enjoy this guided tour in comf ...
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We have started a new exciting program here at the shop.  It is a year long group fishing class.  It transitions with each season.  Fly fishing, spin, and ice fishing are covered.  It is a weekly three hour session covering  classroom, crafting, and stream tour elements.  We will be building  ...
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Well Im back in VT.  My spring trip to NY was shared friends and family.  The weather threw us some curves, but we got on fish.  Steelhead are the most addicting fish I have chased.  I could literally chase them all day, everyday.  I am looking in the guide book now to set my dates for the fal ...
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Date: 4/22/15Water Clarity:  Muddy/ Smaller water-green to stainedWater Temperatures: Uppers 30's- Mid 40'sHatches: Some Brown and Black StonefliesSuggested Patterns: Streamers! White and Black Wooly Buggers, Zonkers, Mouthwash, Sculpin Patterns, M ...
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Reason # 1... You never know, but she might just out fish you!Reason # 2... It is also a possibility that she catches bigger fish than you!Reason # 3... If reasons one or two apply, you may never hear the end of it!All joking aside. Though this is entirely possible, it is a blast to share the simple ...
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Here's the update.  The majority of of the snow melt from Tug Hill has taken place.  The river is currently running at 3500 cfs, and the Fish are definitely doing what they came to do.  Spawning activity seems to is coming into full swing.  For those of you who don't know.  Once the hens drop t ...
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