My schedule for the winter is starting to finalize. Here are some highlights:
Saturday, Dec 10th: I will be at the Rangeley Region Sport Shop all day for their open house event – tieing a few flies, signing a few books, showing some of my videos from 2016, and telling tall tales.
January 12th: I will be presenting at the Hammonasset Chapter of TU in Connecticut (hctu.org)
January 17th: I will presenting to the Pemigewasset Chapter of Trout Unlimited (pemigewasset.tu.org.
January 20,21,22: The Flyfishing Show in Marlborough, Mass: I am giving different presentations depending on the day. Friday, I have one of the big rooms and have an hour and twenty minutes to take people through a number of strategies, tactics, and flies to catch trophy brook trout.
January 27.28th, and 29th: The Flyfishing Show in Somerset, New Jersey.
I haven’t given up on the fishing either. With another fairly warm fall, fishing was comfortable in November. I had a few beautiful days fishing the upper Presumpscot River and the Saco River. Didn’t catch much however for some reason. It couldn’t be because of any lack of skill on my part so I assume the fish disappeared right before I got there.
Last week, I ventured down to one of my favorite late fall fishing spots – The Lamprey River in New Hampshire – and I finally found a few nice rainbows..
I have also been working hard, editing video from this year including some great underwater brook trout action. they should be posted here and under the video tab in the next few weeks so check back.
Have a good holiday