This blog was created to share a lifelong passion of Rhode Island fly fishing. We are fortunate to be surrounded by some of the best striped bass, bluefish & False Albacore fishing found anywhere. Not to mention trout fishing along the scenic Wood River (my home waters) are as intimate and exciting as it gets. We'll share our experiences where ever we fish. Whether local, Great Lakes, tropics or abroad we hope you'll enjoy and learn from from our posts.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Wood River May Fly Hatches
After some recent trips on the Wood I was amazed at the prolific May Fly Hatches. March Brown, Mahoganies & Lt Cahills. Brook, Browns & Rainbow Trout were sipping both Duns & Spinners. Many anglers were concerned after last years floods the Wood River would never be the same. They were wrong. Weather has a way of fixing things and the Wood River is in the best shape its been in over 10 years. This week were heading the West Branch of the Delaware River for some big wild Trout. We'll be back on the Wood River next week.