Good People - Good Water - Good Fish
Access to the river was easy; finding trout in the boulder-rich low-water wild trout scene was brutal. Our rental home had the stream outside our front door, but no one was fishing up or down the river. The river banks are vast, but in May, the water flow is light and about 1/16th its width.
It took only about 45 minutes to catch a small Wild Brook Trout, but I needed my wading stick. Just going ten yards took work as the rock are large. Finally, I found a seam behind a large boulder flowing perpendicular where there was good flow and deep, where a trout did not have to work hard to gather food. Once I spotted the site, landing a Wild Brookie took only one cast.
New Hampshire is Done!