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  1. ljgurke
    08-16-2012 12:10 PM
    ljgurke
    I think your best bet is to go all the way up 49, to the town of Waterville, up past the golf course. Park in the Livermore Rd. (White Mt National Forest) lot ($3 to park). From there you can access the West Branch (runs from behind the lot, then along Tripoli Rd.), East Branch (walk down Livermore Rd. about 1/4 mile - the bridge you pass over is the EB), or keep walking down Livermore Rd. as far as you wish to (1-2 miles) - thru the woods on the right is Cascade and later Avalanche brook. I think down on 49 on the main stem of the Mad will be pretty much fished out of the stockers by now. Up above is all wild fish.
  2. ljgurke
    08-16-2012 10:11 AM
    ljgurke
    Try fishing above town - East Branch, West Branch, Cascade or Avalanche Brook - the further in you hike, the better the fishing will be. About all you need is a #14 Adams or Green/Olive Elk Hair Caddis. Work upstream and tread softly - and keep an eye out for bears!
  3. FlySpoke
    06-13-2012 09:14 AM
    FlySpoke
    Hey Mike,

    I am a Certified Federation Of Fly Fishing Instructor. I have time and would appreciate the opportunity. Please call me at 603-501-9511 to discuss. Thanks, William
  4. Egg7
    06-10-2012 10:23 AM
    Egg7
    Hey MA. They are just the boots not the waders. They are real big but the only way to tell if they fit is to try them on with a pair of waders.
  5. ma143435
    06-06-2012 11:04 AM
    ma143435
    Thank you very much. This informaiton is very helpful. Do you have any recommendations for a store to go to for supplies and to get information on what flies to use.
    thanks
    Mike
  6. ljgurke
    06-06-2012 10:08 AM
    ljgurke
    Well, the Mad River all along Rt. 49 as well as up above the town of Waterville Valley is one of my favorite spots. The further up you go, the better the fishing gets. The pond in Campton is loaded with fish, as it the pond right in Waterville. Any of the brooks up there hold wild brookies. Also, Upper/Middle/Lower Hall Ponds up in Sandwich Notch can be good. Also the Pemi down in the valley is bigger water and is stocked with plenty of trout. No need to travel very far from where you are.

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