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jeff house (HighPlainsFlyFisher) posted the following blog post: Streamer Time (12/17/15)
It's that time of year again boys and girls. That joyous season when the flotillas of bikini clad college things and the obnoxious drunken entourage that follows them are but a distant memory. Tis the season when cold, nasty days spent on a high, sl
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Urban Fly Fishing in December (12/17/15)
Yesterday was a pretty good day to cast a line around town. I fished tree pieces of the same water system, the old water tower mill pond, the drain I discovered earlier this week, and a set of shallow glides bellow a decaying factory. It's not the c
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Streamer Technique for CT, PART 3 (12/17/15)
  SpringSpring is an excellent time of year to fish large streamers. Wild and holdover fish in the Farmington and Housatonic will jump all over meaty streamers from April well into June. Fishing big streamers for stocked tro
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Streamer Technique for CT, PART 3 (12/17/15)
  SpringSpring is an excellent time of year to fish large streamers. Wild and holdover fish in the Farmington and Housatonic will jump all over meaty streamers from April well into June. Fishing big streamers for stocked tro
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Streamer Technique for CT, PART 3 (12/17/15)
  SpringSpring is an excellent time of year to fish large streamers. Wild and holdover fish in the Farmington and Housatonic will jump all over meaty streamers from April well into June. Fishing big streamers for stocked tro
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Streamer Technique for CT, PART 3 (12/17/15)
  SpringSpring is an excellent time of year to fish large streamers. Wild and holdover fish in the Farmington and Housatonic will jump all over meaty streamers from April well into June. Fishing big streamers for stocked tro
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Streamer Technique for CT, PART 3 (12/16/15)
  SpringSpring is an excellent time of year to fish large streamers. Wild and holdover fish in the Farmington and Housatonic will jump all over meaty streamers from April well into June. Fishing big streamers for stocked tro
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Streamer Technique for CT, PART 3 (12/16/15)
  SpringSpring is an excellent time of year to fish large streamers. Wild and holdover fish in the Farmington and Housatonic will jump all over meaty streamers from April well into June. Fishing big streamers for stocked tro
David Knapp (David Knapp) posted the following blog post: Slow Days (12/16/15)
One of the benefits (and probably curses too) of writing about fly fishing is that you choose what to share. Have a bad day on the water? No problem. Just don't tell the masses. Just share those good days. However, anglers of all skill levels still
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: A Panfish Trifecta and Ditch Sunnies (12/15/15)
Another strange December day. I fished the same mill pond that has been producing fish lately. I tied on a white sea run brown trout streamer and ripped it along the bank with quick short strips. That produced a crappie and a yellow perch. I haven't
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: A Panfish Trifecta and Ditch Sunnies (12/15/15)
Another strange December day. I fished the same mill pond that has been producing fish lately. I tied on a white sea run brown trout streamer and ripped it along the bank with quick short strips. That produced a crappie and a yellow perch. I haven't
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Fog, Panfish, and Bass (12/14/15)
It was warm and foggy today. I love the fog, and the fish are loving this warmth. The warm water fish have been more active over the past couple days than they were throughout much of late November. Crazy. I hit three different ponds. It was typical,
David Knapp (David Knapp) posted the following blog post: The El Nino Effect (12/13/15)
Fly fishing in the Smokies during the winter months us generally a hit or miss proposition. Some years are better than others for winter fishing while others are downright tough. Last winter, for example, and the winter before were both cold with war
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: The Trout Slam with BRK TRT (12/13/15)
This morning Alan Petrucci and I visited my favorite brook trout stream. It is another gorgeous day in the upper 50's/low 60's and the small brook trout, of which there are many, were rising. I caught a couple on small dry flies, but for me the Cra
Jim Guida (flyguy5910) posted the following blog post: WNY Fly Fishing Stream Report 12/12/2015 (12/12/15)
Jeff and I went inland to get a break from lake run, what a great choice!!!!! the fishing was outstanding for this time of year.
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Killing The Farmington One Fish Curse (12/12/15)
Since June I have been plagued by a curse. It was a curse that prevented me from getting more than one fish each time I visited the Farmington. Today I killed that, although it look for a while like I wasn't going to. It also looked like my fishing
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Sunfish and Roach on Dry Flies (12/11/15)
The high temperatures forecast for this weekend are in the 60's. That's a wee bit warm for December. We often get Indian summers, a couple of days of warm temperatures in December, but this is crazy! I love it.The moment I got home from school toda
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Streamer Technique for CT PART 2 (12/10/15)
FallAutumn is the time of aggression for big brown trout. The spawn makes them excited. This is THE TIME to fish the really big flies in the Housatonic and Farmington rivers. It is also a good time to hunt for large fall stocked trout in the Salmon,
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: VICTORY! (12/09/15)
As many of you CT fisherman know our governor keeps on getting the rather dumb idea to close down a hatchery in his yearly budget plan. For a number of years now we have all needed to speek up to save one of the hatcheries. This year we saved every o
Rowan Lytle (RM Lytle) posted the following blog post: Streamer Technique for CT PART 1 (12/08/15)
I have, for the last two years, made an adventure into the world of big flies. I'm not talking size 4 or size 2 streamers on single hooks, I'm talking articulated and single hooked bugs from 3 to 6 inches long. Flies that size make most trout fishe
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