Monday, January 22, 2018
I am tying flies and running ice fishing trips! New toys are arriving daily as well as tying material. A major part of off season is booking trips and getting the right people into the right dates. With that in mind, I'll nut shell to you the basic seasonal plan: Jan to March: Ice fishing for Northern Pike and Bass on Lake St. Catherine and stocking your fly box with custom orders. On the right tool bar down near the bottom is a redirect to my Ice Fishing site.
Sunday, November 26, 2017
For 25 seasons Chuck Kashner has instructed a system fly fishing plan. The 4 components to be successful are: Target (where and what are you fishing for), Approach (how to get in the proper position to catch),Imitation (what fly to use) and Presentation (how to get the right drift and get the fish to eat your fly)....this system or mind set will work for all species... every season... year after year. These are the flies that are always in Chuck's chest box!
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Green Mountain Brookies are hungry and fired up in their spawning colors!
Friday, September 15, 2017
Monday, July 17, 2017
We had "southern" on this trip...representing Gator Nation...Thank you Rob and Jeannie!
Chuck, Your professionalism, handling of a challenging situation, expertise in coaching, patience and humor were very impressive. Though I had a sharp learning curve for the basics of fly fishing the instructions and guidance you provided were extremely helpful. You worked very hard and overcame many obstacles, and I so appreciated that. I now have a some basics to use as I practice more with my dad. Thanks to you, I have really "caught the bug" to keep working at it. Hopefully, your clients this week will be able to land all the fish and strikes that I missed on Sat. The memory of catching that first rainbow under the "troll bridge," with you cracking me up, is a awesome memory I will have forever. Thank you again, Chuck. Wishing you good luck on the water. All The Best, Mary
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Trips are rain or shine here at vermontfishingtrips.com Fish like to be wet and this time of the year having high water periods is good for the grand scheme of the season. On this brother trip we did sit out a rare morning thunderstorm...as you can see, it was worth it by most peoples standards!