The May/June 2015 issue of Eastern Fly Fishing magazine features my story on the Upper Connecticut River. Just a stone’s throw from the Canadian Border, the upper reaches of the Connecticut River are one of New England’s most celebrated fly-fishing destinations. Their appeal lies in the extraordinary scenery of the Great North Woods of New Hampshire and the variety of waters and fish species available to fly anglers, from wild brook trout in the river’s remote headwaters to lake-run rainbows, landlocked salmon and ten-pound brown trout in its tailwaters. The May/June 2015 print issue of Eastern Fly Fishing can be ordered directly from the magazine’s website. (A digital version is also available.)
Photo: Fly-fishing guide Dave Poole on the trophy section of the Upper Connecticut River, NH. © Christophe Perez.