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Connecticut River Fishing Update: 4/25

Posted by bs - April 25, 2015 - Spring fishing, Upper Connecticut River
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Technically, this is opening day for trout fishing on ponds and lakes in New Hampshire. That’s fine and dandy, but there’s no open water yet on lakes or ponds in Pittsburg, and probably won’t be for a week or two to come.

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Angus reveals the secret of his “Scout”

Posted by bs - April 24, 2015 - Fun Stuff, Upper Connecticut River
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Check out the May/June 2015 issue of Eastern Fly Fishing magazine when you have a chance. There’s a nice article on fishing the Upper Connecticut River in Pittsburg, with lots of helpful info and tips from Tall Timber’s own fly fishing guides, Angus Boezeman and Dave Poole.

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Another Brown Brought to Justice

Posted by bs - April 17, 2015 - Spring fishing, Upper Connecticut River
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Rich MacNeil with yet another brown bruiser that he caught and released this week on the Connecticut River. Flows are slowly coming up – they should come up faster if we get the rain next week that is predicted for us.

Rich is also quite an accomplished photographer as well – he took this picture with a tripod and trigger shutter release.

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On the brink … of fishing

Posted by bs - April 14, 2015 - Spring fishing
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It’s been a long, cold one all over the northeast this winter, but it seemed especially ridiculous up here in northern New England. In fact, we had some below zero temps just a couple of weeks ago, but it appears as though we may have turned the corner this week – it’s been beautiful to say the least.

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TTL Fishing Blog: Far East Edition

Posted by bs - March 21, 2015 - Fun Stuff
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That’s one of our long time guests, Mickey Cunliffe, holding up a snakehead from the Malaysian jungle on a recent fishing expedition. Mickey’s been working overseas for a couple of years now and has been able to fish in different parts of the world – China, Mongolia and Australia are a few of the places he’s harassed the local fish population. Hope he has a good recipe for that one …

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