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Two Events: Neal Hagstrom and 'Campfire Stories'

Hi everyone, there are two very interesting events about which you may want to know. First, the Deerfield River Trout Unlimited chapter is hosting a meeting about the Farmington’s Brown Trout Survivor Strain Program. CT DEEP Biologist Neal Hagstrom will…
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New Post: Wild Pre-Spawn Brookies

I’ve been busy lately. So much so that I’ve neglected to post for over a month despite the number of productive trips I’ve had. So here goes; a summary of my last two outings. I fished with a buddy during one, and I went solo for the other. I started this…
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It was a lot of labor on Labor Day! My wife surprised me by giving me a last-minute hall pass to fish on the holiday. I debated until the morning of as to where to go. In fact, I decided while I was driving to hit the Deerfield. I was pretty indifferent…
The September Blues
The September Blues
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Surfcasting vs. Fly Fishing: Who Is Doing Better?

I have had a lot of guys tell me that fly fishermen usually out-fish spinning guys, and I can tell you that on schoolies, and when fish are keyed in on small bait, this may be the case. But, at night, when chasing 30″+ fish, the spinning guys have the…
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The weather forecast didn’t look promising for a Trico hatch and spinner fall, but I decided nonetheless to head to the Farmington. Tricos comprise my favorite hatch. I first ran into them in Montana, where the spinner falls were absolutely enormous. When…
Looking for Tricos
Looking for Tricos
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New Post: Fighting Big Trout

Ciao from Italy! We are away for a family biking trip, but saw this cool video below and just had to share. I’m a big fan of the Jensens, and I think you’ll like this video. I haven’t fished in the past four weeks due to an insane work schedule and family…
Fighting Big Trout
Fighting Big Trout
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A Last Minute Androscoggin Trip

I made a trip up to the mountains on Sunday. My plan was to explore some new water I scouted during a family hike early last week. However, I heard some positive reports from the Androscoggin River, so I decided to call an audible at the last minute.…
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New Post: Kicking Bass

My family is lucky that we have a place in New Hampshire located on a warm water pond.  It’s the type of place that oozes character and family history.  It was built by hand by my father’s uncle and his family in the 19502s.  There was no access to…
Kicking Bass
Kicking Bass
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New Post--The Deerfield River Trout Spawning Study, Part 3: What’s Next, How You Can Help

The Deerfield River Watershed Trout Unlimited Chapter (DRWTU) recently completed a scientific and volunteer-based survey that found spawning brown trout in the main stem of the upper Deerfield River. The study proved that there could indeed be wild brown…
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New Post: A Different Perspective

Geoff Klane clearly is a passionate angler and talented fishing guide. We featured him in a prior interview, and he goes after all sorts of cold- and warm-water species. It is great that he has agreed to join the blog team! Here is his inaugural post. The…
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