Northern New England is known for its many beautiful lakes, rivers, and streams-and for outstanding fly-fishing. From Vermont's Batten Kill, to the headwaters of the mighty Connecticut in New Hampshire, to the Kennebec and Penobscot Rivers in Maine, David Klausmeyer has investigated the far reaches of northern New England to recommend the very best fly-fishing for trout and landlocked salmon.
Klausmeyer has spent years as a researcher, writer, and editor for several national fly-fishing magazines. He knows what to look for in a trout stream; where to find the best stretches of water and avoid crowds; when to go; how to match the hatches; and, most importantly, what every angler needs to know from a good guide.
- 33 detailed maps
- Profiles of 43 famous waters and dozens of lesser known streams, lakes, and ponds
- Information on regulations, access points, and wading conditions
- Advice on local hatches and recommended fly patterns
- Listings of tackle shops and guide services
- Additional Information
Region North East