Vermont's Premier Fly Fishing Guides
We offer Multiple different trips and classes. Please click on any of the
links below for more Information on our services
Where the fishing never ends
The regular season for trout (when all waters are open to trout fishing by legal methods) closes Oct...Read More
River report: October 18th 2016
The northern half of the state has finally received some significant precipitation. The Winooski and...Read More
Rates & InfoContact us for any special requests
Walk-n-Wade Half Day
price for individual, half day (~4 hrs) Includes: drinking water, fishing gear, and flies. Additional person cost is $135
Walk-n-Wade Full Day
price for individual, full day (8-9 hrs). Includes: water, fishing gear, and flies. Additional person cost is $215.
Fly Fishing School - 1 Day
approx 8 hours Any and all gear included. For more info click the link for "Rates and Info" additional person $215
Group Fly Fishing
custom, discounted from standard rates Includes: drinking water, fishing gear, and flies.
Today’s Weather & Water ConditionsOtter Creek
- 44oFFeels like 44o
- 3mph (E)Wind
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
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Where the fishing never endsOctober 20, 2018
The regular season for trout (when all waters are open to trout fishing by legal methods) closes October 31st. That doesn’t mean you can’t catch trout anymore. There is plenty of water that is open to year round, catch and release ,artificial lure only fishing.
Fishing during the winter months ....
River report: October 18th 2016October 18, 2018
The northern half of the state has finally received some significant precipitation. The Winooski and Lamoille are back to looking like big rivers instead of brook trout streams. This has been a welcome relief for the resident trout population as they have been able to spread out and you can find fis....
River report: October 1st 2018October 1, 2018
Rivers across the region are in the best condition right now. Recent rains have brought levels up to either side of their seasonal averages, temps are in the mid to high 50's, but clarity can be diminished depending on how hard it rained in the water shed your fishing.
Reports from our guides, from....
River Report 10/8/18October 9, 2018
River Report 10/8/18
This is one of our favorite times of the year to be guiding and fishing in Vermont. Stunning views, cold water temps and the fish are feeding heavily to fatten up for Winter. The only draw back is it’s getting dark earlier and earlier every day. Today the sunrise was ....
9/17/18 River Report : Otter CreekSeptember 16, 2018
9/16/18 River Report: Otter Creek
The Otter Creek is at a great level for this time of year. The usgs says 300 cfs for Middlebury and it was 800 cfs a few days ago from nearly 2” of rain we got on Monday evening. The clarity is perfect and I got a river temp of 70 this afternoon in Weybridge. I....
River Report 8/8/18August 9, 2018
With very spotty rain storms the past few days some parts of Vt are or were recently flooded and some are still low. Guess that’s normal but we’ve seen some pretty crazy wheather with strong wind and lightning mixed in. Yesterday in Middlebury we got almost an inch of rain in 15 minuets. On Satu....