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Fishing is a sport that is generally associated with fishing rods, nets or spears to catch fish for food or as a recreational activity also known as “angling”. It is done on waters that contain suitable species to be caught in fresh, brackish and salt water. The equipment used to fish varies considerably depending on the method of angling employed. Fishing can be done from boats, bridges, piers and from the shore and is a world-wide sport as well as an important way of providing subsistence food for human consumption.

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Desiderius Erasmus said, “Humility is truth.” I am constantly amazed with how little I actually know about the outdoors sometimes.

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Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
The definition of a thermocline is a thin, distinct layer within the water column where the temperature changes quicker than it does in either the layer above it or the layer below it.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
To make a list of what “trout” eat might very well at some point in time include anything and everything that could be on the surface or below.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
No we’re not talking about pots of gold at the end of the rainbow. We’re talking the treasures that lie beneath the waters around the country known as the rainbow trout.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
Somehow it seems like the only bugs that get all the press in the spring are mosquitoes, no-see-ums, black flies and ticks.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
When the ice begins to recede and the streams and rivers swell with the spring run-off, the trout fisherman’s world begins
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
The brook trout is the native trout to the ponds, streams, rivers and lakes of the Northeast.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
There have always been two perspectives when it comes to trout fishing in rivers and streams and to some degree in ponds and lakes as well.
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The more time we spend becoming “experienced” in the outdoors with whatever our areas of interest might happen to be, ...
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The steelhead trout is a fish of the west primarily, although some do exist in the Great Lakes region.
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So revered are trout around the country that most states have certain waters where they are managed to provide trophy trout fishing for anglers.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
We've all seen it before, the surface of the smooth water all around us seems alive with boils and the noisy slurps of feeding trout feeding on the hatch of the day.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
Well February is here and although it can be the coldest month of the year, it also portends the coming of warmer weather sooner rather than later.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
Ask fly fishermen their favorite time of year to fish feathers and you’re likely to get a variety of responses.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
The beaver, Castor canadensis, is a creature that creates environments and habitat for many different species of wildlife
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
There is more to trying out a new fly than just tying it on and hoping for the best.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
Catching summer brookies, especially big summer brookies, is never an easy pursuit.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
There are certain instances in nature when different species within a common family might occasionally interbreed and produce a sterile hybrid with physical characteristics.....
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
When it comes to the fly, no fish get the attention as do the trout and salmon.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
When the waters of spring finally find that time of year again when fly fishermen begin to probe the nooks and crannies with their feathered delights, there are two ways to see the experience.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
Winters come and winters go and will affect the amount of water to be expected in the streams and rivers for the upcoming trout and salmon seasons...
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
The brown trout is an imported species native to Europe and Asia that has been introduced to North America because of its tolerance of warmer less pure water systems than the native brook trout.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
Desiderius Erasmus said, “Humility is truth.” I am constantly amazed with how little I actually know about the outdoors sometimes.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Friday, December 14th 2018
The late winter reminder storms that dump their foot or so of snow and then flee off ahead of temperatures in the high 30’s and lower 40’s are often accused of more than their share of “cabin fever”.
Posted In Cold Water Species - Trout on Wednesday, December 12th 2018
New Hampshire has some remarkable trout fishing with many ponds, rivers and lakes stocked yearly with trout of all sizes.