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The Brook Trout That Wore Sandals
"...Looking down I realized he had somehow hooked the fly to the back of my water sandal. So now I had a fish on the line that ran through my net and was connected to my sandal. You couldn’t make this stuff up. ..."
RBT One -Tenkara Fishing Rod-
The RBT ONE is the ultimate tenkara rod designed to meet all your freshwater fishing needs. Ideal for fishing everything from the smallest creek or stream, to the biggest lakes and rivers.
Appearances - Tenkara Talks and Demonstrations
On Monday, September 9 we will be doing a presentation at the Nor'East Trout Unlimited chapter. The talk will cover everything you need to get started with tenkara and how to use it in the White Mountains of NH, our favorite location.
Appearances II - Tenkara Talks and Demonstrations
On September 16 we will be doing a presentation at the Greater Boston Trout Unlimited chapter. At 5pm join Bill for Tenkara 101 Casting on the lawn. Followed by a talk that will cover everything you need to get started with tenkara and how to use it in the White Mountains of NH, our favorite location.
Happy 50th to North Country Angler
Join us in congratulating NCA on 50 years of service. On September 28th we will be at the shop to celebrate with Steve, the NCA staff and several other vendors. Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 10 AM – 4 PM North Conway, NH
Fly Fishing's Future
Guide and RBT Ambassador Nate Hill of Hill Country Guides in the White Mountains (NH) using the RBT ONE to teach fly fishing to future anglers. By educating today's youth we can protect and preserve the future of native fish and their habitat. To book a guided trip in the White Mountains visit Hill Country Guides
Mason Thagouras, founder of White Mountain Anglers and Registered New Hampshire Guide, has always been passionate about NH’s great outdoors has He was raised here in the Androscoggin Valley, and spent most of his childhood fly fishing the Androscoggin River near his grandparent’s home in Shelburne NH, walking up and down its banks studying the bug life and trout habitats from one pool to the next. Ever since he began casting a fly rod and tying flies at an early age, he has been enamored by the state’s water and the local fishery, and over time, fly fishing became the center of his universe. Since the day he received his driver’s license Mason has never stopped exploring the local Granite State waters on the hunt for elusive wild and naturalized trout. Mason is a preferred guide at North Country Angler in North Conway. For more info visit his site at https://whitemountainanglers.com/