Wild Brook Trout Fly Fishing | Guided Fly Fishing Trips : New Hampshire, White Mountains

Fly fishing for Wild brook trout in Jackson, Conway, Albany, Eaton, Freedom, and Ossippee NH.  These waters are un-stocked and un-pressured. Trout can be wary of predators from above, but strike hard when a fly is well presented. Much of this water is spring fed and low gradient allowing for sight fishing and explosive surface action. Many people believe that wild NH brook trout max out at six inches. These fish average eight inches with twelve inch specimens not uncommon. 

Wild Brook Trout Trips

Ten inch native taken on a Red Humpy tossed against the bank.

Ten inch native taken on a Red Humpy tossed against the bank.

Best time to come: April- May or September- October

Trip Types: Half day/ Full day wade

The Water:

Interested in catching wild and native fish? These waters are un-stocked and un-pressured. Trout can be wary of predators from above, but strike hard when a fly is well presented. Much of this water is spring fed and low gradient allowing for sight fishing and explosive surface action. Many people believe that wild NH brook trout max out at six inches. These fish average eight inches with twelve inch specimens not uncommon. 

What to expect:

These waters vary from small ponds to meadow streams to deep woods creeks. Generally you can expect to do from one quarter to one mile of walking during these trips. Much of this walking is over flat ground with few obstacles. For those looking for an adventure, more bushwhacking can be done. Beginners to advanced fly fishermen can find their place on this water. Fishermen looking for a new experience with beautiful native fish won’t soon forget one of these trips.