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#tiedwithCaddisFlyShop Bob and his wife live in a small, northern Vermont town called Craftsbury, spending much of his angling time at their camp in Rangeley, ME, home of the “best brook trout fishing in the lower 48″. As much as Bob loves … Continue reading →
Sea lamprey are native to Connecticut River, beneficial to aquatic ecosystem Read more →The post Vermont Public Reminded To Not Disturb Spawning Sea Lamprey appeared first on On The Water.
Opening day of the Vermont walleye fishing season marks the return of some of the best walleye fishing in New England. Read more →The post Vermont Walleye Fishing Season Opens May 6 appeared first on On The Water.
Recent muskellunge catches provide Vermont fisheries biologists data pointing to successful restoration efforts. Read more →The post Lake Champlain Muskie Catches Point To Restoration Progress appeared first on On The Water.
Officials Announce new records set for bluegill and freshwater drum in 2016 Read more →The post Two Record-Setting Fish Caught In Vermont appeared first on On The Water.
Effective July 1, 2016, a five-year ban on the use of felt-soled waders in Vermont will be lifted. Anglers are reminded to continue to use preventative strategies for invasive species: “the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is asking anglers and … more →
Cast after cast I made to the grassy edge of a small island. On the retrieve my lure, a gold Johnson Silver Minnow, stopped dead in the water and a split second later something pulled on the other end... ...ch of salt, and after a while you come to realize that we like to take credit for everything. One of the stories that I have heard was that the first “commercial” spoon lure was developed by a man in Vermont named Julio Buel. It is told that Mr. Buel dropped a table spoon overboard one day. As he watched the spoon wobble to the bottom a fish swam up and grabbed it. The rest as they say, is history. Anoth... ... this much history behind them they should not be hidden at the bottom of your box. Dig them out and use them. When that bull red or black drum almost breaks your rod in half you will be glad you did.
The Fly and the Fish: Angling Instructions and Reminiscences by John Atherton is a reissue of the book originally published in 1951. This classic combines memoirs of Vermont fishing expeditions with practical directions for fly-tying, accompanied by original illustrations by … more →
After concentrated time fishing the mountains of Vermont, Jared Zissu offers tips and tactics for fishing small streams. From stealthy approaches to good drifts, read more via Orvis. In a recent installment of “Ask a Fly-Fishinig Instructor,” Peter Kutzer addresses … more →
The American Museum of Fly Fishing will host The Deborah Pratt Dawson Conservation Symposium March 14-55 in Manchester, Vermont. The event will feature an impressive lineup of speakers presenting on diverse fishery conservation issues. Read more in the press release … more →