Mascoma River Fly Fishing
The 14th most popular fly fishing river in New Hampshire.
Wednesday 20 July 2016 06:19 GMT
Northwest of Concord and east of Lebanon, the Mascoma River is popular with fly fishermen. The Mascoma River flows 32 miles from the headwaters downstream to the west to the Connecticut River confluence. The upper Mascoma River is above Mascoma Lake and is known as a brook trout stream. The lower section below Mascoma Lake has excellent fly fishing accessed by a rails-to-trails recreation trail down to the covered bridge. There is good parking at the dam off Pane Road and near the Riverside Grill on Riverside Drive.
The Mascoma River is stocked by the state.
Overall, Mascoma River is the 14th most popular fly fishing river of all 19 fly fishing spots in New Hampshire.