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Trout Streams of Northern New England: A Guide to the Best Fly-Fishing in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, First Edition

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"Having taken up fly fishing only this season (I blame my neighbor, Bob Wesolowski for getting me hooked on this wonderful sport), I was very much looking forward to fishing in New England. Since I was coming this way for business purposes, I hooked up with Gerry Crow to show me around. What a wonderful afternoon/evening I had with him! Not only did he show me some great streams to fish, but he also gave me fantastic advice on casting techniques and with fly fishing in general. Gerry, thank you for being so patient with a rookie like me and for showing me the ropes, which allowed me to catch several brookies that day. The evening was topped off with a canoe trip on a local pond (a first for me!). The hexagenia hatch was heavy and we had a fantastic time. Gerry even took some pictures of me releasing some of my 'trophies', which he put on the allowing me to share my experiences with friends. I would recommend Gerry Crow to anyone wanting to fly fish in New Hampshire and I hope that he will be available next time I'm in the area. Thanks Gerry!"

Fly Fishing in New Hampshire's Great North Woods

Drift Boat Fishing New Hampshire is growing as one of the most popular methods of New Hampshire Fishing. It not only gets you to the beautiful northern waters where the fish are, but shows you how to enjoy Drift Boat Fly Fishing in New Hampshire for them.

Come on up where the air is a bit crisper and the waters a bit colder for a unique NH Drift

Boat Fishing expedition you'll long remember. Contact Wayne for dates and rates for your professionally-guided fishing experience.

Kayak Fly Fishing New Hampshire


Everything related to fly fishing in New Hampshire, from where to fish depending on your region, fishing reports and fishing forums and discussion groups

As long as you remain within the confines of the state’s fishing season laws, there’s really no bad time to fly fish New Hampshire. The Saco can be a bit tied up with “rubber hatches” (tubes and canoes) during the hottest months of the summer, but closer to spring and fall are you best bet for trout anyway.