Plenty of bugs out. Fished the Farmington River yesterday 10am-4pm.....the area I was in was busy with most people catching fish on Nymphs....not much happening on top , I didn't see a single rise .....a moderate Hendrickson hatch came off @ 2pm but it seems the fish weren't looking up. Please note: this is NOT an intro to Euro Nymphing, it's for intermediate … George Daniel Nymphing Workshops #1 … It may have been true a few days ago. Paul is well on his way. We decided to head upstream. It seems like yesterday that we fished the Hendrickson hatch on the Farmington River. Even the wild flowers were glowing. I fished for a while in an faster run that dumps into a long deep pool. There are three broad classifications of caddis larvae types: 1) Primitive caddis (aka free-living or free-ranging caddis) that do not build a case or net. Whoa! BWOs (Blue Winged Olives) are the dominant November hatch, and they love to hatch on those cool, crappy overcast days. On my second cast of the spring with a team of three wets, whack! The water surface soon became littered with Hendrickson duns. This river was coming down and got below 700 cfs until Friday nights storm brought it up to almost 900 cfs. But, it really isn’t. The Farmington River that most fly anglers talk about is the West Branch of the Farmington River, in particular the section from Riverton downstream to New Hartford. The fishing was quite a bit hotter. Fished the Farmington River yesterday 10am-4pm.....the area I was in was busy with most people catching fish on Nymphs....not much happening on top , I didn't see a single rise .....a moderate Hendrickson hatch came off @ 2pm but it seems the fish weren't looking up. The geography of this event is significant because it ties another Catskill legend to the Hendrickson story. But, it really isn’t. I nymphed for about an hour, but had no takers. 2 Comments Posted in Fishing Reports Tagged Farmington River fishing report, fly fishing, Hendrickson hatch Farmington, Squirrel and Ginger caddis emerger, Steve Culton Farmington River Report 3/31/16: Beware of the Double-H And cold! Farmington River Mini-Report 12/4/20: What streamer bite? It’s always a pleasure to share the river with friendly, considerate people, which is generally the case even on a heavily fished river like the Farmington. The Hendrickson hatch has finally made it to the Farmington River and last Sunday afternoon was my first chance to get up to river. I did manage 1 nice Brown with bead head Wet fly. Sounds like a … Black Caddis (Brachycentrus) Other similar species: _Psilotreta: […] No, the hatch has not yet begun in earnest. Hatch activity was decent (mostly caddis) but there was very little in the way of surface activity, not surprising given the water’s height and temperature. Hatches were meh. Instead, they cling to substrates, much like man… Almost every afternoon from mid October until the first week of December the Farmington River has a very consistent hatch of small Baetis mayflies, size 26-28. Calling all Blockheads! It was one of the better Hendrickson hatches I’ve experienced on this river. Similar to the Farmington, the Housey should be very close to the Hendrickson hatch, maybe even a bit closer as it is quite a bit warmer. Water cool, clear, and about 300cfs. One recent ward of the state liked the point fly on the dangle. Labels: Brown Trout, Dry Fly Fishing, Farmington River, Hendrickson Hatch, Rainbow Trout, Spring. But I’ve never done well there, so perhaps disappointment is my lot. I fished for a while in an faster run that dumps into a long deep pool. Major Hatches in Connecticut Streams* NAME Size Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Notes Caddisflies/Sedges Winter Caddis (Dolophilodes distinctus) 20-24 Farmington hatch, Nov-Apr morning. The Hendrickson hatch is now out all the way up to Riverton and I think all the people laid off from the insurance companies in Hartford and the Wall Street financial guys were all there. Fly fishing hatch chart for the Beaverkill River in New York ** Most Orders Shipping Same or Next Business Day! After catching such a beauty, is there anything more satisfying than releasing it? (Read all about it. The Hendrickson hatch # 12-14 is just about over but still can be found below Hogback Dam on the uppermost reaches of the river. Sometimes I have no idea what I’m talking about. Since I know where you live, see you sometime this summer. Aware of the sure thing that is the recently stocked upper TMA had me in a contrary, adventurous mood. 2. (You know it’s going to be a good day when you hook a fish on your first demo cast.) Hendrickson Vs. Kahle Worm – Two Heavyweight flies, One Winner! In a few weeks, thanks to Joe Drake’s initiative, our blog team will be fishingContinue Reading And a few Hendricksons at 11:30am. I wish I could say I know for sure why there was so little activity on so many bugs. Two of the fish were active risers that I targeted; the rest were holding in likely places. Jefferson took my Wet Flies 101 class today, and he chose a helluva fine day to be out fishing. It offers anglers diverse water and great fishing opportunities. I have seen this hatch as early as the 2nd week in April. That was our experience today. Wowee, crowded everywhere — we were one cog in a wheel of a half-dozen anglers on this stretch. But, we know where he lives. In the summer, Caddis and Stonefly nymphs are great to fly. Farmington River Report 5/2/18: Cold, slow, crowded and beautiful, Farmington River Report 5/6/16: Hendricksons (and then some), Farmington River Report 4/19/16: “I suck at nymphing.”, Farmington River Report 4/18/16: that was fun, Farmington River Report 3/31/16: Beware of the Double-H, Farmington River Report 5/8/15: We’ll take six. Air was 60, clouds and rain. For that reason a Hendrickson nymph is a great option if you decide to do some nymphing. No trout on all those mayflies? Salmon River/Creeks Steelhead Report: Comedy is hard. Believe it or not, before yesterday I had not fished the Farmington since January. Not a touch. The current pushes you in directions you wish it wouldn’t. I can hardly wait to get out there. Spot C was the scene of a strong Hendrickson hatch (2:00pm-2:30pm) with one lonely trout making a few furtive slashes. My favorite is the Trico hatch in late summer, but the action for Hendricksons, Midges, BWOs, Stoneflies, etc., is great, too. This is a river that fishes best between 200 and 400 cfs. (HTTP response code 503). It was raining steadily, and the flies were still easy to pick out on a mottled surface flecked with raindrops. I know Paul had fun. So is steelheading. There are 20 caddis (Trichoptera) families in North America alone, and more than 1,400 species. Spot C was a bust, despite a solid Hendrickson hatch. A fine, fat rainbow on the top dropper, a Squirrel and Ginger. There was a micro burst of Hendricksons shortly before 3pm, but it was over in a matter of minutes. In the spring, I’m usually off the water by noon due to family commitments. The Usual size 12 was the fly, and the trout loved it. Game on. The extended time frame of the hatch allows the fish to get pretty familiar with this food source. Great job by Jeff, who is turning into a dangerous subsurface machine. The Hendrickson Hatch is very prolific on the Farmington River. Our hatch charts help you choose the right fly base on river and season. I have seen this hatch as early as the 2nd week in April. Wind was a constant challenge, but I think we’ll take unfavorable conditions if a good bite is part of the package. Orvis Fly Casting Videos Click the image above to view a list of 17 fly casting videos, courtesy of Orvis. If you are a WordPress user with administrative privileges on this site, please enter your email address in the box below and click "Send". You dont suck, your just getting better … However, it is a long river that can appear intimidating. Jefferson still managed to stick four trout, which was four more than I saw anyone else hook. My top dropper today — heck, it’s usually my top dropper from April through August. Here is an overview based on a few years of focusing on the Farmington after a severe case of Swift River Burn-Out. They are a great group, and they WILL catch rising trout anywhere and all year long with this fly. Steelhead in Connecticut, albeit on a miniature scale. Unfortunately, the time-space continuum prevented me from attempting another daily double. We met up at a favorite spot of his and I looped on the same drop-shot rig I had used earlier. Lots and lots of anglers. Exhibit B: On Wednesday, I said to Paul, “The Hendricksons are pretty much finished here,” “here” being near the bottom of the permanent TMA. Hendrickson Hatch Catch & Release Fly Fishing Tournament Due to the ongoing situation surrounding the coronavirus, we have decided to cancel this year's tournament. Everywhere. Caddis go through a complete life cycle of larva, pupa, and adult, and all these stages can provide excellent angling opportunities. But I can’t. 2 Comments Posted in Fishing Reports Tagged Farmington River fishing report, fly fishing, Hendrickson hatch Farmington, Squirrel and Ginger caddis emerger, Steve Culton Farmington River Report 3/31/16: Beware of the Double-H The owner of this site is using Wordfence to manage access to their site. Recommended Flies for the Farmington River. November is traditionally a big month for BWO hatches on the Farmington River, but they are small- make sure you have patterns at least down to #24, if not smaller. Blue Wing Olive or Hendrickson in the spring. And its a moveable feat too. Then I suggested that we clip off the subsurface patterns in favor of a dry. Blue Wing Olive or Hendrickson in the spring. The hike to our spot took us past some glassy water where a large pod of trout were picking off Hendrickson duns at will. Housatonic River Larvae. The Hendrickson Hatch is very prolific on the Farmington River. During the months of July and August, on the Housatonic, Naugatuck, and Farmington rivers in Connecticut, normally during the evening, a large hatch takes place – the Zebra Caddis, or commonly called the Alder Fly. In the summer, Caddis and Stonefly nymphs are great to fly. I’d give today’s hatch a four out of ten. You can also read the documentation to learn about Wordfence's blocking tools, or visit wordfence.com to learn more about Wordfence. We gave them a brief sniff of the wets — nothing. Since then, there have been a lot of new new fly anglers initiated in the way of the gentle art. The hatch cycle is initially sparse and then becomes increasingly abundant as the days go by. Way to go, David! Yes, Hendricksons have been spotted on the lower river. Exhibit A: As we waded into the Farmington at 2pm, I remarked to my client Paul, “We’re going to out fish those guys four-to-one.” Some splashy rises had me convinced we were going to clean up with wet flies in this snotty run. Fly fishing hatch chart for Farmington River, Connecticut. Size 12 on a 2x short scud hook. We could always call them “pearlescent trout.”. I have tentatively put them all … Today was a rather nice day to fall into the river. Ava lands her first trout of the year on the Farmington River. But not today. Took them on the dead drift, the swing, and the dangle. From the UpCountry website: There are two spots still available in “Fishing Wet Flies & Soft-Hackles” class this Saturday 5/5 – Steve Culton will be teaching this one, – call the store at 860-379-1952 to sign up. And a few slashing risers that…I could not catch. I have a feeling we will be seeing it soon. We went back to the wets for the last hour and managed a couple more trout. You dont suck, your just getting better all the time. That hatch is long gone. Connecticut: Farmington River Fly Fishing Hatch Chart - The Fly Shack Fly Fishing Shopping Cart × Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Standing up only makes it worse, because what was up now rushes down, and if you’ve worn old-school cotton/poly sweatpants instead of straight synthetics, the fabric acts like a giant cold water-eating sponge. This isn’t the best underwater shot I’ve taken, but I do like the reflection of the spots on the surface film. But whatever mojo I had earlier in the day disappeared, and I could only manage one more trout. We have stocked the Salmon River again and so even though there is no tournament this year, there are fish! We done good, though — we saw three fish landed, and two belonged to Jeff. Walked a snotty run and swung a team of three wets (from top to bottom: Squirrel and Ginger, Dark Hendrickson, BHSHPT). Learn to Tie Trout Flies for the Farmington River & other CT streams with … "ADVANCED Modern Euro Nymphing Clinic #3" w/ Antoine Bissieux, Sat 10/17/20, 9am-5pm. All our fish today came on the top fly in the nymph rig, a black bead head Hare & Copper, size 14. Hendricksons “Meet the trout” on the Farmington. The Ferdon family owned the inn and lent their name to the pool below it. Two more spaces are open for the class I’m leading on Saturday, May 5. Labels: Brown Trout, Dry Fly Fishing, Farmington River, Hendrickson Hatch, Rainbow Trout, Spring. 2. I have a feeling we will be seeing it soon. 2 comments: Hibernation May 4, 2017 at 12:12 PM. It felt good to be fishing on the warmest day of the year. Today, friends, David was a steely-eyed nymphing missile man. Some days, you feel like a nut, and some days you don't. 420cfs and clear. What a gorgeous wild brown — haloed spots, kype starting to form, full, unmolested fins, intact adipose. Bigger stoneflies are not a bad idea as well. Ended up at the pool the run dumps into and that’s when things got fun. Farmington River Report: Fishing under the Hendrickson hatch with wet flies. The Hendrickson is the big story as far as hatches at this time of year. Warm but uncomfortably windy today. Housatonic River We tried some wet fly, but found no love, before moving downstream to another favorite run. Spot B was where I went for a swim. An hour later, some more Hendricksons came off, and a few fish began slashing at the emergers. How glorious to feel that tug as the flies dangled in the current below me. Let’s see what parts elsewhere bring. Spent three hours below the permanent TMA, from noon to 3pm. Access from your area has been temporarily limited for security reasons. This is a river that fishes best between 200 and 400 cfs. Set on your ass, you feel that first shocking trickle that says the top of your waders have been breached. The hatch is well upstream at this point and within the entire catch and release only section. Landed a dozen fish — including a double — that were a mix of stocked browns and rainbows, all on the S&G and the PT. The Hendrickson hatch has finally made it to the Farmington River and last Sunday afternoon was my first chance to get up to river. Two fish on at Spot B. Clusters of them blowing in the wind. Here he’s making that critical first mend after his cast. Poor me (he said, tongue planted firmly in cheek). No sir. This is a lazy man’s hatch… From noon to 5 or 6 p.m., a Hendrickson river is normally clockwork-dependable, and action tends to peak between about 2 and 4 p.m. It is still a bit early for Smallmouth and the Pike are still on the spawn. Jeff wanted to work on his subsurface skills, particularly nymphing. Finally, some love from a rather large juvenile Atlantic salmon. Generated by Wordfence at Sun, 6 Dec 2020 0:25:37 GMT.Your computer's time: document.write(new Date().toUTCString());. From your waist down to your toes. Good thing, though, because that means I need to perform some more intensive research. And yes, the weather and the river were indeed as clear and lovely as they look. ). Spot A was heavy with midges, moderate with caddis, but very little surface activity. All you had to do was drift it over a feeder, and BANG! He put a hurting on the trout with a yarn indicator, a single BB shot, some Pheasant Tails, and a fierce resolve to overcome that northern banshee we call wind. And soon. Paul persevered, and induced a rainbow to eat the middle dropper, a gray/brownish wingless wet. Late April or early May – Hendrickson hatch on the Farmington River in CT Mid-May - Hendrickson hatch on Contoocook and other NH Rivers Late May or early June – Alder fly hatch on Newfound and Merrimack Rivers Best bets are 1st week in May. Best bets are 1st week in May. Balance is nearly recovered, then lost. You will want to know about the fishing. The Farmington River and a Spectacular Fish I went up to the Farmington River today with Dave Gallipoli. Orvis Fly Casting Videos Click the image above to view a list of 17 fly casting videos, courtesy of Orvis. That’s how my client David summed up his subsurface skills on the phone. Right away when we got on the water we new it would be tough. Nymphed. My favorite is the Trico hatch in late summer, but the action for Hendricksons, Midges, BWOs, Stoneflies, etc., is great, too. Around mid-April when things begin to warm up is usually when these will hatch. Two anglers from Maryland were happy to share the water (thanks for the positive energy, guys! I have been hearing a lot of reports of strong hatch activity with no fish rising to the bugs. Major Hatches in Connecticut Streams* NAME Size Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Notes Caddisflies/Sedges Winter Caddis (Dolophilodes distinctus) 20-24 Farmington hatch, Nov-Apr morning. The EB, WB And The Ware Thank god for the obliging Ware River. The Hendricksons are on the Farmington River. The cold water releases from the dam keep its water near 50 degrees This fly has caught some huge Browns for me on the Farmington River ….. even during a Hendrickson hatch … Hendrickson Spinners #12 … The Hendrickson mayfly begins to emerge the 2nd or 3rd week of April. Hard to believe. At this point, the hendrickson hatch is winding down and it’s time to dig in and get our home ready to sell and prepare for our relocation to the Boston area this fall. I had 15 minutes before I had to head north for my gig with Jeff, so I shook off the rust with a fat rainbow in some prime water below the permanent TMA. It must be the height of Hendrickson madness if the UpCountry lot is full at 8:45am on a Tuesday. Look for big dark mayflies hatching on the water sometime after 1:30 PM. You know that nature is always on time no matter when she shows up. Farmington River Fly Fishing Guide: As mentioned above, the Farmington River that most fly anglers refer to is the West Branch of the Farmington River, in particular the section from Riverton downstream to New Hartford. Wordfence is a security plugin installed on over 3 million WordPress sites. (Apparently, sometimes I do know what I’m talking about.) The famed Hendrickson hatch is early this year and well underway on the upper Housatonic River, yet it’s just getting started on the colder Farmington River. I don’t usually count fish, but we surpassed the dozen mark today. 2 comments: Hibernation May 4, 2017 at 12:12 PM. Yesterday, we were fishing well downriver, and the splashy rises were due to an outstanding Hendrickson emergence. (I didn’t know you could fit that many cars into the Woodshop dirt lot. Here is an overview based on a few years of focusing on the Farmington after a severe case of Swift River … To the fishing. Some caddis and a few stray Hendricksons in the air. It makes for good nymphing time, but I’ve yet to witness Hendricksons popping. The Farmington River in the upper TMA didn't offer a lot of solitude. Recommended Flies for the Farmington River. ** Most Orders Shipping Same or Next Business Day! Mild days with no wind will have the strongest hatches and the most fish up on the surface and rising. Farmington River Report 12/2/20: The high water streamer tease, Support your local fly shop (even when it’s not local). Ferdon's Eddy, the stretch of river where the Hendrickson was first tied, flows below the River View Inn, which is long since defunct. But, enough of my bathing habits. They got one, we got one. Hendricksons on the Farmington River: Wonderful news. The two anglers below us were casting dries in a more moderate flow. But I know when I’m beaten, so off I went to greener pastures. Black Caddis (Brachycentrus) Other similar species: _Psilotreta: […] Some days, you feel like a nut, and some days you don't. He proved most uncooperative. And that the hatch will happen when it happens, and not a moment before, no matter how much one wishes it were so. What are they doing in the Hendrickson House? It’s also where I caught three trout on wet flies, all bruiser rainbows who declared in no uncertain terms that my intentions of landing them would be met with fierce combat. We are seeing the heaviest hatches around 2pm give or take an hour. Farmington River. David capped off his day by swinging a team of wets and hooking his first trout on that setup. We took fish on all three flies. And that’s how I found myself kneeling on the banks of the Farmington River with my waders bunched around my ankles, backside pointing toward the heavens, hoping the the sun and the wind could do their thing right quick. You will then receive an email that helps you regain access. However, it is a long river that can appear intimidating. Some friends fishing nearby had great success nymphing during this same period. Still, we managed to find some water to call our own not once, but three times around the upper TMA. If you're like me I like to fish the Trout Management Area above Rte 219, I can always find water without crowds. The problem was there was nothing feasting on these easy meals. I think that’s a first for me on this river (swinging wets over trout feeding on Hendricksons and not even getting a courtesy swipe). A very productive four hours, in terms of both catching and learning. The EB, WB And The Ware Thank god for the obliging Ware River. Apr26 by Steve Culton. Fly fishing hatch chart for the Beaverkill River in New York ** Most Orders Shipping Same or Next Business Day! A portrait of a dangerous nymphing machine. Yes, so it would seem. It was a rainy, damp day, the sort of day that you don't usually see Hendricksons. Holy Hendrickson! And yes, we did see a couple of the H fly. We fished two spots outside the permanent TMA, and did well in both locations. From noon to roughly 5-6 p.m., a Hendrickson river is normally clockwork-dependable, and action tends to peak between about 2 and 4 p.m. Its flows are usually very consistent, so you can plan your trip to this river well in advance. Spot D. Many more of those H-bombs. I thought we might be in the midst of a day to remember, but sometime around 1:30 someone hit the off switch. I can hardly wait to get out there. A missed step. After’s Wednesday’s hatchstravaganza, I decided it was a moral imperative the go back to the Farmington on Thursday. What risers we saw never got into any feeding rhythm; it was all rather haphazard. Your access to this service has been limited. In New England, this is one of the best and most anticipated hatches of the year. Spot A was a bust. How strong was the hatch? I can tell you it didn’t happen today. Hatches (in order of importance): 5/17/2010 – The Farmington is flowing TMA at 450cfs. Hendrickson hatch just getting better! We fished a drop-shot rig under one of my home-brew yarn indicators; the top dropper was a size 16 soft-hackled Pheasant Tail, and our point fly was a size 12 BHSHPT or an Eagan’s Frenchie (thanks, Pete!) Water was 275cfs, 49 degrees and clear. This is a lazy man’s hatch… In another week the hatch should be almost up to the dam. My intent today was to get a big, preferably wild brown trout on a large articulated streamer. If you think you have been blocked in error, contact the owner of this site for assistance. ), but they likewise reported very slow action (only two fish all day for them). Ephemerella needhami (Little Dark Hendrickson) Mayfly Nymph View 6 Pictures I photographed three strange striped Ephemerella nymphs from the same trip on the same river: this one, a brown one, and a very very striped one. It was a rainy, damp day, the sort of day that you don't usually see Hendricksons. The Hendrickson hatch is still going strong. And in front with the junk. Is that Church Pool or the Wire Hole in Pulaski?) The genetic trait that compels them to leap is a marvel of nature. Sunny, warm, good flows (264cfs, 52 degrees)…and anglers. This section has the highest trout population. Around mid-April when things begin to warm up is usually when these will hatch. Jefferson did a splendid job with his team of three wets. This is often the first really fishable hatch in the region that can provide good dry fly activity. If you're like me I like to fish the Trout Management Area above Rte 219, I can always find water without crowds. The bite dropped off after all those seed thingys blew into the water. The West Branch of the Farmington is a great river that flows through beautiful Connecticut surroundings. My thermometer wouldn’t budge above 43 degrees. Cue game show wrong buzzer sfx. This is where it got good. Yes. I visited four locations on the lower river from Canton to Unionville, and there wasn’t a single subvaria to be found. This river was coming down and got below 700 cfs until Friday nights storm brought it up to almost 900 cfs. Thanks again to Jefferson for a fun day. Of course, as a currentseams reader, you have a measured response to the HH. 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