Vermont Fly Fishing Store

a "reel" shop for "reel" anglers

and now "reel" shooters

accepting local FFL shipments

The Reel Angler YouTube

Location & Directions 802-362-0883
Summer - M 10:am-5:30pm;Tu-TH-9:30am-5:30pm; Fri-9:30-6 ish; Sat-9:00am-5pm; Sun 9:00am-3pm; or by appt.

Fishing Reports

Wayne's Report 8/14/18

Rain continues to fall, Humidity keeps hanging on. Rivers are fishable in between thunder storms. Bass fishing continues, the old story,,, some people are catching and others are getting skunked. 

This weekend we have a Kayak tournament on Gayle Meadow. Entry fee is $30.00. Fishing starts at 7:00am and weigh in is at 11:00 am, two bass limit.

Hard to believe but we are getting ready for the fall season. Fall goods are arriviing daily.

Wayne's Report 8/3/18

The rain continues to fall, low water conditions 2 weeks ago and now we have too much. The good thing is the trout get aggressive and start to move. 

Bass fishing is still going strong, everyone is reporting some action. Topwater has been spotty, dragging plastic has produced the most hookups.

Hard to believe but we are in the process of getting ready for Hunting season. Fall goods are starting to arrive daily. If you have a rifle or shotgun or pistol and would like to consign it,, stop or call.

Wayne's Report 7/24/18

The past couple of weeks have been on the slow side, between heat and low water conditions most fishermen have stayed off the water. The state also asked fishermen to stay off the rivers. That said we received alot of rain yesterday.. Rivers are running perfect today, action should pickup over the next few days with more rain on the way...

Bass fishing continues with lotsa of action. Plastic baits have started to produce along the weedlines. Topwater has been slow, frogging should pickup.

Wayne's Report 7/7/18

This was one hot week. Temps in the high 90's and the predicted rain never happened in the area. Rivers are still running low and clear. Mountain brooks are running low but the brookie action has been o/k.

The Metawee is running low and clear, fish are hiding out under bushes and undercuts. Small rainbows are providing the action on small midges.

Bass fishing continues with frogs starting to become active. With the hot weather lotsa of recreational boaters are on the water, early morning or late fishing is your best bet.

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