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    Fly Fishing the Farmington River

    The prior day’s temperature had exceeded 50 — balmy for January. Sunday’s forecast called for high 40’s. With the warm water, clear skies, and snow on the way, we headed south to catch what might be, we thought, one of the last opportunities for reasonably warm winter trout fly fishing in New England.

  • Photos: Marlborough 2017

    The Marlborough Fly Fishing show — New England’s biggest, smallest fly fishing only show.

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    Video: Grand Cascapedia Atlantic Salmon Fly Fishing 2016

    Last year, I made my annual trip north to the Grand Cascapedia to chase Atlantic salmon. This year, I brought a drone and captured some video that demonstrates just how beautiful this place truly is. Hope you enjoy!

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    Article in The Drake About Boston Harbor

    If you’re a regular reader of The Drake, you may have seen my articles over the past few years, where I’ve been fortunate to become a regular contributor. In this winter issue, I have a piece on a subject close to my heart: fly fishing for striped bass in Boston harbor.

  • How to Make a Wooden Canoe Paddle: Learning a Family Pastime

    Ben Brunt walks you through how to make a wooden canoe paddle at home.

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    Howard Films “Running the Coast”

    Their film Running the Coast is, according to their press statement, “the first documentary film series to follow the striped bass migration, and the anglers that follow in its wake.” The film does precisely this: over 2 hours and forty-four minutes it follows striped bass along the Eastern seaboard, and features some of the most recognizable names in the sport.