What a day, to think here we are here in mid September certainly is hard to remember where or when, how many fish have passed through our nets, how many times have we
tied on a dropper or taken care of a tangles. Only thing that changes is the weather and the leaves.
It’s been an up and down kinda week with the weather and all. I’ve heard a variety of reports from the river. The one thing I can tell you all, is that you need a lot of tools in your tackle box. It certainly helps if your not a one dimensional angler. We’ve been out with a lot of guest this past few weeks and unfortunately some have had some tough angling, here’s the one dimensional part. Analyze, dissect if it’s not working. Why not!!! Sometime it only take a little time it dial it in and if you know fish are there figure out why there not eating and make them eat it. I had a gentleman up just last week from Preston, Ct and he had fish up here many times and always had good luck, I spoke to him prior to us going out and he had been skunked!! Well we set out on a half day wade in the a.m. and by the mid way mark of the morning we where calling him “HOOVER”. It’s all about tools in the tackle box, consistent and persistence. We’re just doing what we do.
Fall is here, the end is near, fish are moving,where oh where has the time gone. But there’s still time for one more cast. Get up here!!!!
PEACE tight lines, BILL>~;”"}’>
Fall Day on the Upper Connecticut River
Bill Bernhardt is an Orvis Endorsed fly fishing guide who guides anglers at the Cabins at Lopstick in Pittsburg, NH. Bill resides year round in Pittsburg with his wife Emily and their two sons. The Cabins at Lopstick specializes in North Woods adventures including fly fishing, moose watching, upland bird hunting, snowmobiling, and paddling the woods and waterways of Pittsburg NH. Boasting 43 cabins and efficiencies, Lopstick offers accommodations for everyone’s taste and budget. Visit online at http://www.cabinsatlopstick.com