Vermont Fishing Conditions Report

Willy Dietrich of Catamount Fishing Adventures blogs on the conditions of the waters in the Stowe, Vermont vicinity and discusses weather, water temps, what’s biting, and what they used for flies, if you want Willy to take you fly fishing this season, book a trip now, or read about recent trips here.

Higher water

Hi Folks, it has been nice seeing water in our rivers. The rain produced by the Tropical Storm earlier in the week was much needed. It puffed up our streams and brooks and turned the trout fishing on the in the small to mid sized water. In...

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Looks like Rain

Hi Folks, Was a great July for Catamount Fishing Adventures. I appreciate everyone’s support. August is looking just as strong. This past July might be one of the hottest I can ever remember. The lack of rain did not help. Water levels are...

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Finding a pattern

Hi Folks, I have been spending a lot of time on the water with guests. With the hot weather, my focus has been on smallmouth and small steam trout fishing. Water levels are still low in our rivers and rain would be welcomed.  It has been an...

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A little break

Hi Folks, Some days are the perfect set up for catching big fish. The last couple of days have been that case. We received some much needed rain and it puffed up our rivers a bit. Perfect conditions to shuffle the deck and move some big fish around. If you are a large...

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Beating the Heat

Hi Folks, Guiding fishing trips is an an ever changing activity. Especially due to inconsistent weather patterns from season to season. This year is dry and it would be fair to say we are on the cusp of a drought. Any rain is much needed. I...

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