Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Will Conditions Improve for the Fall Season??

Levels and flows are dismal on the freestones in eastern CT and surrounding areas including the Wood River in RI as Everett reports, based on a recent outing.

The Farmington has experienced changing levels recently due to CTDEP sampling and rains.  The last few visits have been disappointing with windy conditions and sporadic hatches.  One blog that claims to be THE Farmington River authority has had little or no reports of significance in several weeks now.
Everett did visit the Swift recently with the same discouraging results for dry fly fishing to rising trout.

Let's hope for improving conditions as fall approaches...if you have any news to share, we'd be happy to post it up here...AND join our private mail list which continues to grow!

I've been fishing the DESCHUTES II reel on my 3 weight lately...perfectly balanced, high quality lightweight reel from Fly Fishing Benefactors which we proudly serve as Pro Staff.  Check out their great reels at extremely affordable prices and call Carl with any questions.

One of our fly casting clinic attendees at Timber Creek RV Resort in Westerly, RI recently purchased a ROSS JOURNEY outfit for his son's 11th birthday and reports that the youngster "loves the outfit."
We have a few remaining brand new lifetime guaranteed full outfits remaining...great for youngsters and women anglers.

We'll update as conditions and news develops and as always...

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