Fishing Little Brooks

The Small Stream II

by Fly Fisherman

As we leave the dirt road, heading downstream, there is a discernible path of sorts winding along the banks of the brook on each side. You’ll note that the twisting track is much like that made by cattle, following the line of least resistance. There will be worn patches, off the path, at stream’s edge [...]

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The fishing tackle required to work the little streams can encompass an almost complete outlay down to an economical set-up costing just about nothing. I have observed boys and men carry their stuff in a pill box and it consisted of a couple of bait hooks, some split shot, a chunk of leader and a [...]

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Fishing Little Brooks

by Fly Fisherman

THE AUTHORITATIVE angler who drops his fly on the Esopus, the Beaverkill or the Ausables in New York, the Penobscot in Maine, the Mad in New Hampshire, the Pere Marquette or the Jordan in Michigan, the Brule or the St. Croix in Wisconsin, the Brodhead in Pennsylvania, the Housatonic in Connecticut, the White or the [...]

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