4/3/19

Northern Adirondack and Ausable River Stream Conditions Ausable River conditions can change rapidly Call our fly shop at 1-518-946-2117 for up to the minute reports. Follow us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/hungrytroutflyfishing Follow us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/hungrytroutfly Stream: Ausable River Date of Update: 4/1/19 Stream Level: 1400 c.f.s  Water Temp: 40f Clarity: Mocha DRIES:  NYMPHS: French Nymphs #12-16, Black Stoneflies 12-16 STREAMERS: Zonkers and Wooly Buggers olive & black & white, Black Ghost, Grey Ghost, CH Crystal Bugger.    Early season conditions persist. High, cold and dirty water make angling on the Ausable quite a challenge! Luckily we have lots of other options once the Ice goes out. Salmon should be returning to the Saranac and Boquet soon but current reports are slow. Looking forward to some warming trends to turn the fishing on!  As always, call the fly shop for the most up to date and detailed information 518-946-2117   Low and Slow! Fishing is tough so be patient! For the best Specifics and Tips call us at the fly shop at 518-946-2117. Our clinic dates for 2019: Local Appreciation Day May 11th Two Fly Tournament May 17th weekend Twin Pond Brook Trout Still Water Clinic June 15th weekend Pocket Water Clinic Saturday July 6th HT Kids Fly Fishing Camp July 8,9,10 1st Annual Women’s Hang with Rachel Finn August 2nd Weekend Fall Stillwater Clinic at Twin Ponds […]

Fishing Report 4/2/19

Northern Adirondack and Ausable River Stream Conditions Ausable River conditions can change rapidly Call our fly shop at 1-518-946-2117 for up to the minute reports. Follow us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/hungrytroutflyfishing Follow us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/hungrytroutfly Stream: Ausable River Date of Update: 4/1/19 Stream Level: 1400 c.f.s  Water Temp: 40f Clarity: Mocha DRIES:  NYMPHS: French Nymphs #12-16, Black Stoneflies 12-16 STREAMERS: Zonkers and Wooly Buggers olive & black & white, Black Ghost, Grey Ghost, CH Crystal Bugger.    Early season conditions persist. High, cold and dirty water make angling on the Ausable quite a challenge! Luckily we have lots of other options once the Ice goes out. Salmon should be returning to the Saranac and Boquet soon but current reports are slow. Looking forward to some warming trends to turn the fishing on!  As always, call the fly shop for the most up to date and detailed information 518-946-2117   Low and Slow! Fishing is tough so be patient! For the best Specifics and Tips call us at the fly shop at 518-946-2117. Our clinic dates for 2019: Local Appreciation Day May 11th Two Fly Tournament May 17th weekend Twin Pond Brook Trout Still Water Clinic June 15th weekend Pocket Water Clinic Saturday July 6th HT Kids Fly Fishing Camp July 8,9,10 1st Annual Women’s Hang with Rachel Finn August 2nd Weekend Fall Stillwater Clinic at Twin Ponds […]

Guide Profile: Matt DeLorenzo

Matt D. grew up in the fishing business working his fathers charter service on the trout rich waters of Western New York. He has been a licensed guide for well over a decade and is an organized and professional guide. Matt prefers backcountry brook trout trips and fishing heavy pocket water. He is also a very productive fly tier, who pumps out detailed patterns. Matt is an Army combat veteran and also our head hunting guide, he is very passionate about hunting with his French Brittany “Louis”. Matt is a highly requested guide for a reason, he finds the fish. Known for digging into his secret stash of custom bugs and his over-organized fly boxes, he always has the fly for the job and is willing to go the extra mile for his sports. Matt loves Brook trout no matter where they are found. Small streams, lakes, ponds or puddles he will chase them there. He’s been known to find  a few other big fish as well. To request any of our guides at the Hungry Trout call (518)946-2117. You can direct any inquires for them to flyfishing@hungrytrout.com
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Guide Profile: Matt Richardson

Matt Richardson grew up spending his summers in the Adirondacks. It wasn’t until a father/son trip to the West Branch of the Ausable that he fell in love with fly fishing. From that day forward, the thought of how and when he could get on the water never faded. When not searching for feeding trout on the Ausable, he spends time on the Delaware and Battenkill Rivers for feisty browns. Matt is also a special education teacher. He is a natural teacher and enjoys teaching those eager to learn about the sport. Matt is one of the most positive people you will ever meet and its amplified ten times when it comes to fishing. When you are fishing with Matt you just know that you’re going to catch a big fish at any second. He’s a well traveled fisherman and has seen it all, there aren’t many scenarios you can come up with on the river that he won’t be prepared for. To request any of our guides at the Hungry Trout call (518)946-2117. You can direct any inquires for them to flyfishing@hungrytrout.com
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Fishing was good today

 Fishing was good today I caught 6 trout.
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