Friday, April 21, 2017

Sothern Vermont Trout Fishing

The fly fishing in Southern Vermont the last couple days has been a nymphing game. Fish are starting to chase flies down and across. Hatches are between 1 and 4 pm still. Black caddis, midges, blue quill and some Hendricksons. Beaver ponds in river systems have produced the most dryfly action. The weather forecast for this coming weekend is for returning nice weather. Things are going to explode. Tree buds will start to pop, turkeys will be gobbling and hendrickson will be hatching on the branches of the BATTENKILL. The Vt. fisheries dept. has stocked the trophy areas on East Creek and Otter. Let the games begin! I do have some prime open dates still. Thanks for the view and please stay tuned.
A fine Blossom Brook wild Cuttcheek Trout!