With the 2014 Regular Trout season in the books, we turn to our available options for the Late Fall/Winter. Much of the available fishing water is still fairly productive. You won't be having the 20 fish days you may have had in May or again in September, but the fish are still willing to eat and here in VT we have many different fishing options to choose from for the coming weeks until the ice, and air and water temps strengthen their hold on our waterways. Below I am listing some ideas for you to consider over the coming days for taking advantage of the low fishing pressure and decent fishing conditions.
-If trout is your query, then you need not change too much about what you're doing, but you will need to consider where and with what you are targeting the fish with. Bug life above the surface will become scarce soon, but we still have the Baetis and Midge, not to mention the last of our Northern Casemaker Caddis. While we are still being fairly productive with our ol'... Read the full report