A Great Week of Warmwater Fly Fishing Ends

I’m sore from all the paddling I did today.  Naturally it was windy as all get out and I did most of the day by myself – actually the perfect way to end a great trip on the home waters.  The fishing wasn’t spectacular but I managed a couple nice smallies, one largemouth and a decent chain pickerel.  This was a great trip that might become an annual.  It’s back to Idaho in the morning.  I’ll leave you with a few more pictures from the trip.

blog-June-24-2014-1-yellow-perchYellow perch on the Ben Byng popper

blog-June-24-2014-2-pumpkinseed-sunfishMontana Currier with a nice pumpkinseed sunfish

blog-June-24-2014-3-fly-fishing-in-new-hampshireGranny relaxing in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

blog-June-24-2014-4-flyfishig-for-bassA New Hampshire largemouth bass

blog-June-24-2014-5-fly-fishing-lake-winnipesaukeeSierra Rose with a rock bass on her Ross Journey fly fishing outfit

blog-June-24-2014-6-flyfishing-for-pickerelFly fishing for chain pickerel

blog-June-24-2014-7-jeff-currier-flyfishing-for-bluegillFly fishing Back Bay for bluegill sunfish

blog-June-24-2014-8-fly-fishing-for-smallmouth-bassA smallmouth bass from Lake Winnipesaukee

blog-June-24-2014-9-flyfishing-for-pumpkinseed-sunfish“The” pumpkinseed sunfish

blog-June-24-2014-9-fly-fisihing-in-new-hampshireA great trip to Lake Winnipesaukee in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire!

Jeff Currier Global Fly Fishing

One Response to “A Great Week of Warmwater Fly Fishing Ends”

  1. David Merical June 23, 2016 at 12:56 pm #

    That’s a JUMBEHEMOTH Pumpkinseed, Jeff! What did it measure?