Summer on the Connecticut River’s “Trophy Stretch” – some cool mornings lately, but it always seems to end up around 70 – 75 degrees by the afternoon anyway. Pretty much perfect, and just enough coolness to keep September in the back of your mind.Read More
Category: Trophy Stretch
It’s been a long time … sorry about that. Between not having much time to fish and a serious case of C.R.S. (Can’t Remember S%^!), I have been woefully neglectful of my reporting of what’s happening on the water, and for that I am truly repentant …Read More
I see a lot of fish pictures – live ones, dead ones, and even some that might have been technically alive when the picture was taken, but are sure to be belly up a short time after they have been returned to the water.Read More
Yes, there’s some salmon in the Trophy Stretch right now, and long time TTL guest Jesse Dupere had a battle with this energetic silver bullet this morning. A Beadhead Flashback Pheasant Tail brought this one to justice, and Jesse let him off to roam the river again.Read More
That’s Tall Timber guest Jack Krisko posing with a bruising Trophy Stretch brook trout yesterday, under the guidance of our own Mickey Cunliffe. They had quite an afternoon nymphing the Connecticut River yesterday, catching several fish in the class above, and quite a few smaller fish as well.Read More
Abnormally awesome weather weekend in the north country didn’t materialize in to many trout for the Green Mountain Project Healing Waters veterans that we hosted. This brown trout was the exception – 20″ and very healthy and swimming the depths again today.Read More
When the temperature hits 49 in February, you know where a fisherman will be – any flowing body of water!
Get out, cast, and repeat many times … and maybe even catch a trout.
Thanks to Mackenzie Cayer for the image, and Mickey Cunliffe for catching this beautiful rainbow.Read More
Yes the fishing season on the upper Connecticut River has started, and there’s been some hearty souls out there, trying their luck when the weather permits.Read More
That’s a beauty of a Trophy Stretch landlocked salmon that Nate has there – it was caught yesterday and safely released. Thanks to Gary Bernier for the excellent picture.Read More