Spent the last two days on the upper Andro, water temps range from high 40’s to low 50’s, with some of the lowest water conditions of the year (1,300 cfs in Gorham, NH yesterday). Didn’t see a singe rise, but the sub surface bite was good, with some nice browns, brookies, and bows coming to the net each day. Catching some of the biggest fish of the year, so now is not the time to give up! Still have a few more trips, and will be out until the snow flies! Here a few pics from this weekend
Hit up a local spot this morning in hopes of finding some fall browns, and I was greatly rewarded. These fish were feisty, hard fighters that really fought well. There is still plenty of time to fish on waters that are open later or year round. Wether wading or in the drift boat, get our there or book a trip soon, fall flies by! Here are a few pics from this morning to wet your appetite!
the Upper Andro is! Guided Friday and Saturday on the river and the fishing was top notch, easily boated 30-40 fish on a half day trip on Saturday; browns, brookies and bows. Got a chunky bow, and a few nice brookies 12″-13″. Better yet, they were eager to bite! Got a chance to get out on father’s day with my daughter and wife, and even Milo! I managed 7 fish, and missed a few more, in about an hour. The next few weeks should be the best fishing of the year on the Andro, still some dates open, so book asap!