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northeast trout fishermen

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Name:  northeast trout fishermen

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this is a group for people who like to catch trout.to help other trout fishermen find good trout spots and teach different trout fishing techniques.and any other helpful trout information you can provide

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flyangler
Capt. Bob Salerno

salientwolf
Mike Frye

fire22
chad welch

troutluster
Jonny do-rite

carpmaster
Jason

mrprpane
tom woodbury

rcc11549
Bob Coleman

learningtofish
Jonathan Nassi

salmo
Andrew Karcich

dfdfirelt52
Andrew Karcich

pinkpole
Shanna V

anthonyy
Anthony

timmymac
Tim McIntire

hansel
Hans Langford

gspadz6
George-Ryan Grimes

crazyhorse
mike conte

pm04077
Daniel Divney

norbert
Norbert Wesely

linkmak
Mike Kelley

fisherman1621
Bobby Cummings

stvcard
Steve C

swish_flick
Jeff Quinn

brynod55
BRYAN SCHOCH

fishingcon
ryan delisle

thesportfishingzone
Robin Rowe

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thesportfishingzone
06/12/11 11:12 AM
Lakers and Salmon are hitting in the Quabbin. Getting Lakers in 70-90 ft with copper/silver Dave Davis and shiners. Salmon in 30-40ft. The only drawback is that your boat has to be washed and trailer tagged to fish the reservoir. Rental boats are available but you won't have any downriggers to work with.


linkmak
05/07/10 12:30 PM
I have been bagging some GREAT trout from the Arcadia fishing areas


troutluster
02/20/10 09:56 AM
wow its been awhile on here but have done a good amount of ice fishing around the mer. vally and have cought some nice trout and salmon .. anyone have luck more west near worcester mass?


timmymac
07/11/09 11:40 PM
Hey, gang. I'm a novice fly fisherman and I don't know New England that well. Can anyone point me to a decent river where I can work on my flycasting technique and/or maybe stand a good chance of getting into some trout?


carpmaster
05/16/09 12:11 PM
I'm trying to find some access points to any of the White Mountain trout streams including: Saco River, Swift River, Pemigewasset River, Baker River, Ammonoosuc River, Androscogging River, Ellis River, Dry River, Lost River and any others that anyone knows has trout in them. Thanx for any detailed info any of you can help me out with.


Thanx,

Carpmaster


salmo
05/06/09 07:50 AM
Caught a few this past weekend. Fished Sprijng Creek near State College for the fist time.


salientwolf
05/01/09 12:27 PM
anyone having any luck catching trout this spring?


troutluster
02/06/09 11:39 PM
hows the river fishing for the packers falls area in newmarket


fire22
02/06/09 08:45 AM
nope i dont use floats they will stay on top or close to it as long as your hook anit to big. you dont need a big hook and you will need to buy alot just hook them right down the middle


mrprpane
02/06/09 12:42 AM
i like a small spiner too try using a worm on it too helps I also like copper colored spoons too


salientwolf
02/05/09 06:37 PM
do you use any weight or float with the cricket ? how do you fish with a cricket?


fire22
02/04/09 03:07 PM
drifting live worms is good when its raining or right after but if its sunny try a small spiner bringin it up stream(yellow with red is my fav). But i find if you go to a pet store and get some live crickets on a sunny summer day you cant keep them off the hook.


salientwolf
01/27/09 12:54 PM
i usually drift fish a live worm along the bottom of the river or stream.this method usually works good.but i am looking for other good methods of catching trout.does anyone have any suggestions?

 
  
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salientwolf
Date Established:
Jan 21, 2009

Type: Public
Visibility: National
# Members: 32
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