Monday, December 14, 2015

New England Fly Fishing: Guided DIY Fishing Maine and New Hampshire

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Fishing New England


Within hours from each other, you can fish for Striper's and Wild Brook Trout.

















Hundreds of years ago, the surrounding waters of New England, whether sweet or salt, were teeming with aquatic life.  Just down the street from my home, we had prolific runs of anadromous species such as Atlantic Salmon, Atlantic Sturgeon, Shad, Herring, Salters -- Brook Trout, American Eel, and Striped Sea Bass. For over a millennium, it was a very WILD place -- the average NH Brook Trout weighed five pounds!  When compared to current fishing conditions, it's almost unimaginable to comprehend what we once had.  Times have changed, New England is not as wild as it once was, but in key areas, we still have the opportunity to fish for wild species.  Fishing for wild species -- that's what our guided DIY programs are all about. 


Guided DIY Fishing: The Right Fit

Some anglers desire to work with, and stay at a full service lodge or camp.  Some anglers fish entirely on their own. How you spend your fishing time is your choice, and we respect that. However, if the lodge/camp program is not your thing, or fishing entirely on your own is overwhelming and not productive, maybe our guided DIY programs are the right fit for you. 

We welcome you to take a look at our guided DIY programs. These programs are designed to eliminate all the challenges associated with independent traveling and fishing.  Specific to New England, here's what you can expect: 

  1. Guided DIY: Do it Yourself, but work directly with an expert guide and travel host.
  2. Wild Fish: Whether sweet or salt water, we target water that holds wild Brook Trout, Land Lock Salmon and Striped Sea Bass.
  3. Lodging:  A.) you can stay in our DIY fishing home, with your guide.  B.) you can stay in our DIY fishing home, without your guide.  C). you can stay in-town, at a hotel.  
  4. Knowledge: We are DIY anglers.  Overall, we know what your fishing and travel needs are. 
  5. Daily Plan: you have complete control of your time/daily schedule.  When you are off the water, you can do anything you want. 
  6. Food: Clients buy and prepare their own food.  Our DIY lodging is always a short distance to town--grocery store/restaurants.
  7. Transportation: Generally, clients are responsible for transportation; however, we have picked clients up at regional airports (please inquire for more details).
  8. Length of Stay: Packages can be single day or multi-day/weekly fishing programs.

Interested

If your curiosity is piqued, for more information, please visit the following link:
http://firstcastflyfishing.blogspot.com/p/new-england.html

Thanks for reading and hope to see you on the water.

Mark

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