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Old 10-19-2009, 10:59 AM
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New to fly fishing and was wondering how late in the year people are out fishing?
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If you have any spring creeks, all year long if legal; although after the temp reaches 30* it becomes difficult due to ice in the line guides and so on.
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Thank you, I'll have to see what creeks are fishable all year long.
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New to fly fishing and was wondering how late in the year people are out fishing?
You might want to try the Swift River in Belchertown. It's a tailwater so it has a fairly constant water temp all year long
On the minus side, the C&R area is short, it's heavily fished, and the trout are highly educated.

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Thank you, I forgot about the swift river, I'll have to see if you can fish it year round.
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