Come fly fish the Deerfield River, Millers River, or Swift River! It’s on!

The time is always right for spending a day on the river

Fly fishing on the Deerfield River has been steady action with rainbows, browns, and brookies eating streamers and nymph rigs. The wild and holdover fish are becoming more active. Wilds bows ranging from 8-18″ are consistently brought to the net on all stretches of the Deerfield River, which is a good sight to see! Hendrickson’s have been hatching on the lower Deerfield in droves, allowing great opportunities for some excellent dry fly action in the early afternoon.

Fly fishing on the Milllers River has also been on fire with a large amount of caddis hatching. Browns and rainbows are being caught on streamers, nymphs and dries! Fly fish the Millers River now before it gets too warm!

Fish are starting to show up everywhere on the Swift River with some very large brookies in the mix eating nymphs when the bugs begin to hatch during the day.

Take a fully guided drift boat fly fishing trip on the Deerfield River, Millers River, Swift River and other western Mass tributaries. The fishing will only get better as the water temperature continue to reach their optimal range for fiesty trout! Book a trip now!