My Pond Brook Trout These guys are fed, so easy to catch and take jujst about any fly!
First Fish 21 Apr 2014 Egg patterns and small nymphs worked best...
Searching for Bass
29 Apr 2014 Woolly buggers with lots of sparkle in black and
green were the order of the day...
No Bass but Bluegills arrive
15 May 2014 Again bright Wooly Buggers produced the best results...
Trophy Trout Hunting
21May 2014 I'd read that the trophy section on the Lamoille River
at Fairfax had recently been stocked with two year
browns and rainbows...Heavily flashed black
wooly buggers worked best but strangely the bass,
yes, bass again but but this time smallmouth,
also took some purple small nymphs...
3 June 2014 My first ever trip to Waterbury Reservoir with
fishing buddy Bernie and his 19' Lund boat. A
great platform for fishing. After bass and ended
up with five different species and about thirty
fish overall: bass, catfish, perch, fall fish and
blue-gill. The larger bass were caught later after
the camera battery went flat and the backup
4 June 2014 Trout fishing for me this season has been tough
with few fish seen and fewer taking my flies.
Things changed somewhat today as hooked in to
a few stocked rainbows on my local Mad River.
Great to feel the tug! Flies used were sparkle
bead heads and hares ears.
6 June 2014 Trout Unlimiteds New England members held
a conference at the Stoweflake in Stove, VT and
members of our local Mad Dog TU Chapter were
asked to take some of the folks fishing. I did this
with two of them and took them to the Lamoille
River in Fairfax... this is the outcome!
11 June 2014
Fished a couple of places on the Winooski and
early succes for rainbows using a peacok flash black
woolly bugger. Fishing buddy bernie had some
success high sticking a pair of nymphs.
Kayak Fishing on Blueberry
18 June 2014
My first kayak fish of the season and what an
evening. This video doesn't do justice to the fish
jumping all over the place....
Rainbows on the Mad River
30 June 2014
A great couple of hours fishing for rainbows
on my local Mad River. Everything was working
from dry flies - the Usual and the Chernobyl Ant,