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Autumn’s End

As winter finally grabs hold of Southern New England and chokes out the last of the warmer temps and longer days, productivity in the larger rivers in Rhode Island slows significantly. Unwilling to accept the bitter truth, we decided to stray from the beaten path, to places that seem to encapsulate endless summer, with plentiful and beautiful fish eagerly attacking dry flies. Thats right, we're talking about native brook trout streams; one of Rhode Islands most underutilized and under-appreciated fisheries.

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The folks from Tight Loops bring their “Autumn” series to a close with a ruminative look at some of their New England waters.. As winter finally grabs hold of Southern New England and chokes out the last of the warmer temps and longer days, productivity in the larger rivers in Rhode Island slows significantly. Unwilling to accept the bitter truth, we decided to stray from the beaten path, to places that seem to encapsulate endless summer, with plentiful and beautiful fish eagerly attacking dry flies. Thats right, we're talking about native brook trout streams; one of Rhode Islands most underutilized and under-appreciated fisheries. As winter finally grabs hold of Southern New England and chokes out the last of the warmer temps and longer days, productivity in the larger rivers in Rhode Island slows significantly. Unwilling to accept the bitter truth, we decided to stray from the beaten path, to places that seem to encapsulate endless summer, with plentiful and beautiful fish eagerly attacking dry flies. Thats right, we're talking about native brook trout streams; one of Rhode Islands most underutilized and under-appreciated fisheries.

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