Fishing Journal & Weather Report

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Go Big or Go Home.

May 1, 2014

  Until spring hatches start making fish start looking up for there food, stick to the big and colorful.  This time of year , fish are coming out of there winter doldrums and begin to spawn and feed.  Due to low insect activity, fish must feed on a limmited menu. Baitfish, crayfish and eggs from […]

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Fishing Journal and Weather Report – April 2014

April 6, 2014

Opening day for trout is next Saturday.  This is one of those days many anglers look forward to all winter long, and no matter what the weather or river conditions,  will get out to try there luck.  Generally, opening day in Vermont is a challenge.    With the long cold winter we are still enjoying, […]

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4th Annual Festival of Fly Fishing

February 16, 2013

Don’t forget this Sunday the 4th Annual Festival of Fly Fishing is being held at the Shelburne Field House located on Athletic Drive in Shelburne Village. For Directions  and event details go to http://www.flyfestvt.com/.

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Winter oppertunities for you.

January 12, 2013

Now that I am done stuffing the stockings of lucky anglers with fly assortments for the up coming season.  I am busy with Clients orders who were not so lucky, and filling boxes for Stream and Brook guides.  While I am at it , I’d like to offer “Fly’s for a Buck” .  This weeks […]

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Gift Idea

December 12, 2012

All of us at Castaway Flies & Stream and Brook Fly Fishing would like to wish everyone a festive Holiday season. We should all be thankful for time spent with family and friends. While your enjoying the harvest and fermentation’s of the season, don’t forget to mention that the gift giving season is coming and […]

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Can’t Fish…Hunt! Can’t Hunt…Fish!

November 3, 2012

That’s a moto that I live by from Oct. – Dec.. Just because the reg. season has closed, doesn’t mean you can’t fish. In fact, if you don’t hunt, fishing has been great and there are still waters that are open year round CR/ALO. For those of you who don’t hunt, and wish you could […]

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