Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Outfitter / Fly Shop in Pittsburg, New Hampshire
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We are open for outdoor adventure year-round; however, our fishing season is best from the beginning of May to the season's end, October 15.
Region/Terrain Where You Fish:
At the northern tip of New Hampshire you'll find the headwaters of the mighty Connecticut River. Starting as a trickle near the Canadian border in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, the Upper Connecticut River forms a chain of lakes—the Connecticut Lakes—before making its 400-mile journey to Old Saybrook, Connecticut. The Connecticut Lakes are deep, coldwater lakes, home to lake trout and landlocked salmon.
The Upper Connecticut River itself holds native brook trout, rainbow trout, and large brown trout. Landlocked salmon make their way into the river during spring spawning runs of baitfish and during their fall spawn. The river has fly-fishing only regulations on 5 miles of river. Most of the river is open to lure and bait as well. Two tail-water dams provide cold river water for miles downstream making summer fishing on the Upper Connecticut River excellent.
Remote ponds with good brook trout populations—some with fly-fishing only regulations—dot the wilderness and are accessible by car using well-maintained logging roads. Diversity and abundance of quality fishing water make Pittsburg and the Connecticut Lakes Region a favorite fishing destination.
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