Vermont's Premier Fly Fishing Guides
We offer Multiple different trips and classes. Please click on any of the
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River report 10/21/17
The 2017 VT Trout season is winding down as it closes on 10/31. However we are fishing and guiding a...Read More
Very Busy, for good reason.
We have been very busy over the past several weeks for good reason. The fishing has been good. O...Read More
Rates & InfoContact us for any special requests
Walk-n-Wade Full Day
price for individual, full day (8-9 hrs). Includes: water, fishing gear, and flies. Additional person cost is $215.
Walk-n-Wade Half Day
price for individual, half day (~4 hrs) Includes: drinking water, fishing gear, and flies. Additional person cost is $125
Northern Pike on the Fly
price for individual, full day (8-9 hrs). Includes: fishing gear and flies. $200 for half day (~4 hrs). Additional person cost is $250 or $125, for full or half day, respectively.
Group Fly Fishing
custom, discounted from standard rates Includes: drinking water, fishing gear, and flies.
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About UsWe are dedicated to providing enjoyable angling adventures, with an emphasis on education and conservation.
Brian ZingerIt’s been said that I’m an outdoorsman. If I’m not participating in Family life, I’m fishing, if I can’t fish I’m hunting, if I can’t hunt then I’m thinking about fishing and hunting. I’m originally from Pennsylvania which is where I started fly fishing while attending Mansfield Un Read More
Brian CadoretHi! I am Brian “Lug” Cadoret from Cornwall, Vermont. I am a professional fly fishing guide and co-owner of Stream and Brook Fly Fishing. I guide all over the Green Mountain State for trout, bass, pike, and anything that swims. I was the President of the New Haven River Anglers (NHRA), a great Read More
UpdatesBe sure to come back often to see what we have been up to.
We will be writing new blog posts, posting pictures, adding videos, and client testimonials.
Very Busy, for good reason.October 9, 2017
We have been very busy over the past several weeks for good reason. The fishing has been good. Our clients have been having fun every where we take them. Big rainbows on the big rivers, wild browns on the mid size tributaries and beautiful brookies on mountain brook. While the water systems ha....
Bows, browns and brookies…oh my!August 28, 2017
Trout fishing in Vermont is at it's best right now. Rivers, big and small, are at their seasonal average levels, clarity has been excellent and water temps are unbelievable for this time of year with mid size streams in the upper 50's and big rivers in the low 60's. All of this is due to limited p....
Day by DayAugust 15, 2017
Fishing has been day by day, and watershed by watershed. If you're a Catch and release (C&R) fisher, it can be section by section. All rivers are running at seasonal levels, clear and for the most part good temps are good. You'll only need your thermometer a little while longer, but fo....
River report 10/21/17October 21, 2017
The 2017 VT Trout season is winding down as it closes on 10/31. However we are fishing and guiding a ton and finishing the season strong. We do fish / guide year around as many rivers and lakes are open to fishing November through April for catch and release opportunities. Fishing in November / earl....
Fall Salmon – October 9th, 2017October 9, 2017
We had been blessed with cool temperatures and great rain all summer long which helped bring some early runs of fish into salmon tributaries across the state and New England. Even though I saw or caught fish in August and early September the hot weather thru September eventually slowed things down....
River Report 10/7/17October 7, 2017
River Report 10/7/17
Had a trip get cancelled this afternoon so I hit the river in search of some wild Browns. The Otter was low and cold. 56 degrees at 2:00. The weather seemed perfect as it was 62 degrees, spitting rain and kind of dark out. Ideal conditions for chasing trout in the Fall.