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Date: 5/29/2013Water Temp:  NAWater Clarity:  Clear, Off-colored, Flood Stage (Depends where you're fishing!)Hatches: Caddis (Black, Grey, Tan), Little Yellow Stonefly, Grey Fox, Sulphur, March Brown, Hendrickson, Brown StoneflySuggested Patterns: Elk Hair Cadd ...
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One of the most rewarding aspects of fly fishing for me is tricking a fish into eating something that you have designed to imitate one of its natural food sources.  Whether its a size 16 Psycho Prince Nymph for Trout or a foot long Pike fly full of bucktail, getting a good eat on something you have ...
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Well it felt good to fish without a rain jacket today. We jumped around today and found a few rivers with water that was fit to fish.  We even managed to hook a few fish.  With several days of rain and even some snow in the mountains, water levels are up and water temps are down but the fish conti ...
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With June right around the corner many anglers are thinking bass. Smallmouth Bass in June do lots of different things. Typically in the last week or two in May or the first week in June the bass will lay their eggs in shallow gravel beds or in rock crevices. Once the eggs have hatched the adults te ...
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When most people think of fly fishing, only trout comes to mind.  I was under the same impression until I spoke with some friends about fly fishing for Northern Pike with a 9 wt rod.  They were very enthusiastic about it so I figured I would give it a try. And Im very glad I did!  The excitement ...
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Well the rains have come!  Although the rains have caused some flash floods and damage to some areas, the fishing in other spots are has been on fire.  Annually some of the largest fish of the season are taken during these high water events.  Fishing in these conditions can be intimidating to so ...
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Date: Mon, 05/24/2013Water Temp:  58-63Water Clarity:  Off-colored, highHatches: Caddis, Hendrickson, Sulfurs, Blue Quill, Quill Gordon, Black/Brown Stoneflies, Yellow Sallie (smallerSuggested Patterns: Elk Hair Caddis, Parachute Adams, Gray Wulff, Pheasant T ...
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Date: Mon, 05/23/2013Water Temp:  58-63Water Clarity:  Off-colored, Blown OutHatches: Caddis, Hendrickson, Sulfurs, Blue Quill, Quill Gordon, Black/Brown Stoneflies, Yellow Sallie (smallerSuggested Patterns: Elk Hair Caddis, Parachute Adams, Gray Wulff, Pheas ...
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Though hatches on Vermont's bigger rivers have been less than great this year, dry flies on our smaller streams have been fantastic. Last weekend one of our guides hit a small wild trout stream with great results. On both days he got into double digits on wild fish caught. Brookies were the best cus ...
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Looks like the rain has brought us some swelled river conditions this Wednesday morning. As I write, the Lamoille at Johnson is 1590 cfs and the Winooski is at 911 cfs--both are still rising a bit. So the expected rain within the next day or two should make conditions this Memorial Day weekend a wee ...
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