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Date: 9/3/2013Water Clarity:  Clear, stainingHatches: Isonychia (#12-#14),  Tricos (#22-#28), Epherons (#12-#16), Yellow Stones (#10-#16), Caddis Flies (#14-#18), Flying Ants (#14-#18)Suggested Patterns: Gray Wulfs, Par ...
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Labor day has arrived and the summer boom has subsided.  Despite low water, our clients have enjoyed some pretty good fishing to wrap August up. up.  The smallmouth  played nice and were more than happy to tug on the end of our lines and with water temps slowly cooling the trout have waken up as ...
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Here in VT. the places to fish fall migrations of trout and salmon may be somewhat limited, however where there is opportunity there are some quality fish to be had.  You see, what happens as the hours of daylight decrease and temperatures cool, it's a reminder to the fish that it is time to start ...
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Date: 8/30/2013Water Clarity:  ClearHatches: Isonychia (#12-#14), Blue Wing Olives (#18-#22), Tricos (#22-#28), Epherons (#12-#16), Yellow Stones (#10-#16), Caddis Flies (#14-#18), Flying Ants (#14-#18)Suggested Patterns:  Read more →
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Date: 8/28/2013Water Clarity:  ClearHatches: Isonychia (#12-#14), Blue Wing Olives (#18-#22), Tricos (#22-#28), Epherons (#12-#16), Yellow Stones (#10-#16), Caddis Flies (#14-#18), Flying Ants (#14-#18)Suggested Patterns:  Read more →
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Even a fishing guide needs a vacation from the monotony of the every day grind.  You see, while being a fishing guide has its perks, the day in and day out repetition can start to get old. Just like any other job I guess.  So what do we do to break it up a little and keep the enthusiasm high?  We ...
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Date: 8/21/2013Water Clarity:  ClearHatches: Isonychia, Yellow Stones (#10-#16), Caddis Flies (#14-#18), Flying Ants (#14-#18)Suggested Patterns:Gray Wulfs, Cinnamon Ants, Acid Ant, Hoppers, Stimulator, Light Cahill, Sunk ...
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Date: 8/26/2013Water Clarity:  ClearHatches: Isonychia, Yellow Stones (#10-#16), Caddis Flies (#14-#18), Flying Ants (#14-#18)Suggested Patterns:Gray Wulfs, Cinnamon Ants, Acid Ant, Hoppers, Stimulator, Light Cahill, Sunk ...
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Yesterday I was lucky enough to take out a father and son from Philly for their first experience with fly fishing ever. They told me right off the bat that they didn't care what they caught and just hoped to hook a fish or two. After demonstrating both the false cast and roll cast they were immediat ...
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Last Thursday was our last Stowe Rec Kid's camp. We ended the camp by going down to the Waterbury Reservoir State Park on the Waterbury Center side and fished for a few hours, this was their test, they had to bait the hooks and take care of the tangles they made all by themselves. After some trivia ...
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