Thursday, January 1, 2015
Friday, November 21, 2014
These are my top fly patterns I use in my guide service. Beadhead Hares Ear size 12, Beadhead Hares Ear size 14, Kashner Caddis Pupa, Caddis No Hackle Dryfly, Black Ants Wetfly, and Usual Dryflies. All these flies are hand tied in Vermont by Chuck Kashner. Packaged in a plastic 6 compartment box (4.5" X 3") which will fit into most shirt pockets.
Looking for a unique gift for the holiday....buy a gift trip at Vermont Fishing Trips. Call Chuck Kashner with a MasterCard / Visa and choose either a half (4 hrs), three quarters (6 hrs), or full day trip....I'll snail mail you the actual certificate...its very easy! The date of the trip is open ended...gift it and have the person call me after Christmas and we will knock down all the details....BEGINNERS ARE WELCOME! If someone has always wanted to learn to fly fish...3/4 day trips are PERFECT! Parties are not mixed...these trips and instructionals are private, and all gear is provided. Call Chuck Kashner at 1-800-682-0103 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Bonefish fly order ready to go!
Sunday, October 19, 2014
This weekend I had a very nice couple who were beginners. I taught them how to cast on the grass....we moved to the river, learned to wade and they took turns learning to swing streamers. A liuttle later we switched to Kashner Caddis Pupa fished down and across...SCORE....they both caught their first Trout on a fly...GREAT DAY, fun was had by all!
Sunday, October 12, 2014
I had a guy from Louisiana on this last Friday and a guy from Michigan on Saturday....water conditions remain lower than normal but there are still targets to fish. We caught fish on streamers, caddis pupa, size 16 hide a beads, size 18 BH WD40's, caddis dries and caddis no hackles....the fish is tough when the wind blows due to falling leaves...but... for the most part its been pretty good fishing.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Vermont foliage season has begun and low water conditions continue. Long leaders, small flies and stealthy approaches are all important to be successful. All the small streams should be left alone. The fish are all pooled up and are going to make it through if left alone. The bigger rivers and main stems are fishable: Walloomsac, Otter, Battenkill and lower Mettawee. Grouse season started yesterday, Woodcock season opens Oct 1st....there are some Tricos still around but tan caddis in a 16 or 18 is still the main bug.
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Here is a "new"... now regular client who needed to get a bunch of hits and hook some fish to build confidence in nymph fishing....NYMPHS 'R' US....he came to the right place...mission accomplished
Friday, August 15, 2014
As a participant of the 50 state game....my client this morning successfully caught fish in Vermont and scratched the Green Mountain State off his list...Life is good, fish hard!