Vermont's Premier Fly Fishing Guides
We offer many fly fishing trips and learn to fly fish / fly tying classes. Trout is our most popular but we also specialize in Pike & Bass. Please click on any of the
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River Report: September 13,2020
River Report 9/13/20 With cooler nights we finally have colder water temperatures! The mountain ...Read More
River Report; August 30th 2020
Big river around the area are still low on average, and warm. You can find cooler water temps as yo...Read More
Today’s Weather & Water ConditionsLamoille River
- 50oFFeels like 50o
- 1mph (E)Wind
About UsWe are fly fishing guides 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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River Report: September 13,2020September 13, 2020
River Report 9/13/20
With cooler nights we finally have colder water temperatures! The mountain brooks are still super low but most brooks are in the low 60’s. The bigger rivers are generally in the mid to high 60’s but still pushing 70 by mid day. So fishing early morning is still key for f....
River Report; August 30th 2020August 30, 2020
Big river around the area are still low on average, and warm. You can find cooler water temps as you get closer to their head waters. Mountain Brooks are skinny, but have temps in the mid to upper 60’s.
Some water sheds have received a fresh shot of precip in the way of a Tstorm, however mos....
Putting it all togetherAugust 6, 2020
There are many aspects to having a fun day on the water, and hooking up on some fish. The TLC ( temperature, level, clarity) is very important when river fishing for trout. Using a thermometer to check water temps , checking the USGS for flow rates and monitoring precipitation daily in a certain ar....
Fall Land locked salmon runOctober 27, 2019
Lake Champlain Landlocked salmon
Vermont hosts a plethora of fishing opportunities for landlocked atlantic salmon. Every fall they swim out of the cool, depths of Lake Champlain, Dunmore, and Memphremagog up these lakes many tributaries to spawn. One amazing thing about these Atlantic salmon....
River Report: Sept. 22, 2019September 23, 2019
Rivers up and down the state are showing the lack of precip we continue to NOT get. Water temps, on the other hand, are perfect for fish activity and the fish have been active. It felt like summer around here over the weekend with air temps in the low to mid 80's both days, but water temps are ....
River Report: September 14th, 2019September 14, 2019
Rivers around the state are in good shape...not GREAT shape. The TLC has Temperatures in the 50's on mountain brooks and mid 60's on the big rivers. Levels are below average, which they have been for most of the summer. We have been getting shots of precip, which is just a nice drink for the wa....