Late September brings the salmon home to spawn. Cool nights, bright fall foliage and mist rising from the stream early mornings means that the salmon are back in the river. We fish for salmon and trout until October 20 in Grand Lake Stream so make plans to cast a fly again before the snow flies. Fall salmon are big and colorful as they prepare to spawn. Male fish develop a large hooked jaw and turn very yellow, while the females generally stay bright. Streamers, nymphs and soft hackle wets are the game. Mix it up with a day of woodcock shooting and you have yourself a classic New England weekend…call now to book 207-796-5558.