Fly-tying Weekend Series Presented by Legends BNB Lodge

Legends BNB Lodge presents its first winter fly tying weekend series. All weekends include tying class (full day Saturday), Friday and Saturday night lodging, continental breakfast Saturday and Sunday and a family style dinner Saturday evening. Each instructor will highlight their go to flies taught in a step-by- step approach… Continue reading

Fishing Northeast’s 2019 Ice Gala Tournament

OK, here is the final update. As of 2pm I did not hear back from the town of Morris. I needed their approval to officially move the location to the Morris Beach, per CT DEEP. CT DEEP was fine with the move as long as Morris okayed it. So as… Continue reading

Latest Ice Conditions From The Fishing Northeast Region

Fishing Northeast strives to bring you the most up to date ice reports from New York, Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. This report takes about two days to compile across a number of outlets and we try to bring them to you every week or two…. Continue reading

New Atlantic Cod Rules in Effect for Recreational Anglers

New Atlantic Cod Rules in Effect for Recreational Anglers CONCORD, N.H. — Marine rule changes will allow a very limited recreational harvest of cod from August 1 through September 30, thereby expanding opportunities for New Hampshire’s recreational saltwater anglers. The slight ease on restrictions was possible because “Last year’s stock… Continue reading

‘Ugly’ snails, once ignored by fishermen, now a prized catch

‘Ugly’ snails, once ignored by fishermen, now a prized catch LITTLE COMPTON, R.I. — Cooking a channeled whelk is not for the squeamish. But sliced and sprinkled over a bed of linguine, it’s a chewy delicacy in old-fashioned Italian eateries along the East Coast. The sea snails known by Italian-Americans… Continue reading

Trout Take Flight — to New Hampshire’s Remote Ponds

Trout Take Flight — to New Hampshire’s Remote Ponds CONCORD, N.H. — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department completed its annual aerial stocking of remote trout ponds last week. Every year, Fish and Game contracts a helicopter to stock remote ponds, from Sunapee to Pittsburg.  During this one-day event,… Continue reading

Study sheds light on trout mortality

Courtesy of Centre Daily Times by Mark Nale Study sheds light on trout mortality If you are a trout angler, at some point you likely learned that trout caught while bait fishing often die after they are released. Biological studies from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s reported variation in the… Continue reading