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To celebrate our 16th Fly Fish NH Show we will be adding double the presentations and seminars. Also we are working to expand the vendor area and adding more exhibitor spaces.

The 16th Annual Fly Fish New Hampshire Show will take place at the Executive Court Banquet Facility located at 1199 South Mammoth Rd. in Manchester, NH on Saturday, February 23, 2019.


Exhibitors from last year’s  Fly Fish New Hampshire Show

Back in the Maine Stream

 

Bob Romano

 

Bohier Lake Camps

 

Brad Gage / Sage Redington Rio

 

Broadside International

 

Cabins at Lopstick

 

Casting for Recovery

 

Channel Edge Charters

 

Capitol City Fly Tyers

 

Chick Embroidery

 

Dan’s Fly Shop

 

Merrimack River Valley TU

 

Elliott’s Hand Tied Flies

 

F.D. Kretchman Rod Co.

 

Fly Fishers International

 

Fish on Streamers

 

Fish Story Guide Service

 

Fisherman’s Choice

 

Fly Spoke Shop

 

HMH Vises

 

Joe Calcavecchia Saltwater Fly’s

 

Mr. Ed’s Fly’s

 

Native Fish Coalition

 

NH F&G Operation Game Thief

 

NH Fish & Game “Let’s Go Fishing”

 

NH Guides Assoc.

 

NH Wildlife Federation

 

NH Wildlife Heritage Foundation

 

North Country Angler

 

 NH River Guides
 Red Brook Tenkara

 

Rising Tide Anglers

 

Safet Nikocevic Custom Flies

 

Samantha Aronson

 

Shadcreek Flies

 

Shoals Fly Fishing

 

Stripers Forever

 

Sunny Brook Nets

 

T & T Company

 

Tall Timber Lodge

 

The Fly Rod Shop

 

Three Rivers Stocking

 

Tom Jutras Guide Service

 

Trecko and Papa Fishing Equipment

 

United Fly Tyers

 

 Reel North LLC Guide Service
   

Presenters and Seminar’s from our 2018 show

                                                                               We will be updating with the 2019 lineup


FLY FISHING THE RANGELEY LAKES REGION OF WESTERN MAINE – WHERE AND WHEN TO FISH, WHAT FLIES TO USE, AND PROVEN TECHNIQUES TO TAKE BROOK TROUT AND LANDLOCKED SALMON AS BIG AS YOU’LL FIND SOUTH OF LABRADOR!

Come meet Bob Romano

Robert J. Romano, Jr.: Bob and his wife, Trish, have owned a camp in the Rangeley Lakes Region for more than thirty years. He has updated his program on fly fishing the Rangeley Lakes Region of western Maine to include a month by month guide of what flies to use and when and where to use them. He’ll also share proven techniques to take the brook trout and landlocked salmon for which this region is known. The tenth-anniversary edition of Shadows in the Stream, Bob’s book of essays about fly fishing, is often used by anglers as a guide to fishing the Rangeley Lakes Region. His latest book, THE RIVER KING – A FLY-FISHING NOVEL will also be on sale at the Show.
Bob is the author of the Rangeley Lakes series of novels that include North of Easie, which won second place in the 2010 Outdoor Writer’s Best Book Contest. Romano’s essays and short stories have appeared in various anthologies, including Christmas in the Wild, Fresh Fiction for Fresh Water Fishing, and Wildbranch: An Anthology of Nature, Environmental, and Place-Based Writing. He writes articles for various magazines and newspapers and does his best to keep up with his blog: forgottentrout.wordpress.com and his website: www.forgottentrout.com

 

 


Fishing the Upper Connecticut River with Lopstick Outfitters

Come meet Bill Bernhardt NH Licensed Guide, Bill will talk about wading Pittsburg’s small streams and the Trophy stretch of the Connecticut River . Also included in this presentation will be drift boat fishing south of Pittsburg.

Bill Bernhardt is the head fishing guide at Lopstick. Bill is an avid fly fisherman, he is also an outdoors enthusiast. He began his fly fishing journey at the age of 8, when he caught his first fish on a fly.
Shortly after moving to Mount Washington Valley, Bill became a registered guide with the state of New Hampshire in 1994, and started working at the local fly shop, guiding and exploring the local waters. Bill became the head guide at the Futaleufu Lodge where he spent his winters guiding South America’s Chilean Futaleufu Valley.
His passion for fly fishing has drawn him to Pittsburg, NH. He has been working for Lopstick for 15 years, where the constant cold water and salmon runs provides some of the best fishing in the state. Following the move to Pittsburg, Bill met and later married his wife Emily. Bill and Emily currently reside in Pittsburg with their two boys.
Bill is a devoted fly angler, who is willing to cast a fly at anything that swims. He can be found drifting the Connecticut River as well as the Androscoggin and down Littleton for large Pike. Bill has also designed a variety of the flies sold at Lopstick.
Bill Bernhardt is a patient and knowledgeable guide who is always looking for the next challenge.

Seminars are held in the Roosevelt Room Next Door
10:00 Dave Kolesar: Upper Androscoggin River and the Dead Diamond Watershed
11:00 Bill Bernhardt: Fishing the Upper Connecticut River with Lopstick Outfitters
12:00 Bob Shannon: Trout and Salmon fishing in Vermont
1:00 Peter Whelan : Fly Fishing for Stripers / Christmas Island ultimate Bonefish
2:00 Bob Romano: Fly fishing the Rangeley Lakes Region of western Maine


 


         Fly Tying Demonstrations Flies
10:00am Jon Larrabee Tube Fly Tying
11:00pm Rick Little Art Flick’s Hendrickson Nymph
12:00pm Joe Calcavecchia Big fly using both natural and synthetic materials

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

safet

Safet Nikocevic: Self taught, hand fly tier, Safet was introduced to the wonders of fly fishing and fly tying at very young age. This began at the age of ten when he and his buddies chased roosters in the yard and hoped to get a perfect feather for a fly. He felt nothing is more fun than seeing seven inch brownies flipping and kicking. Born and raised in Montenegro (former Yugoslavia) near the finest rivers with no fishing store anywhere to be found and where hooks were real treasure. He spends his free time tying by hand and using simple materials such as grandmothers treads sheep’s wool or a chicken’s feather. He immigrated to New York City in 1993 and here he brought his fist vise Dyne-King Aristocrat #627 in a fishing store that he never saw before, Urban Angler NY, and started commercially tying for them. Safet spends free time on the finest river, East Branch in Upstate New York. Safet’s flies are very durable and productive and he is involved with fly tying demonstrations at fly fishing shows and various fly shops all over New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Safet continues his fly tying pursuits through participation in some of the industry’s biggest shows, such as the International Fly Tying Symposium. Safet is a very proud full time employee of the piano company Steinway and Sons where he makes flies during his lunch breaks and everybody that knows him calls him a fly maker. He is also very active and very respectful Karate Instructor in Astoria’s Dojo. Using only the highest quality materials in a very creative ways, Safet flies are excellent very durable and effective.


 

 

joe

 

Joe Calcavecchia: Joe is a production tier, a saltwater master fly tier, and the creator of many splendid fly patterns such as the Striper Dragon and the Bonita Bear. He has been tying commercially for the past twenty-five years for fly shops in the New England region. He is also a fly designer for Spirit River. He is a master teacher in fly tying and instructs students with a jovial manner that is always infectious to everyone in attendance. Joe has taken part in many fishing Expos where he has been presented as a premier fly tier.


  

 


 

 

 

This venue offers many advantages:

  • Easily accessible, I-93, Exit 5 or I-293, Exit 1
  • Larger exhibit area
  • Presentations will be made in the same building as the exhibit area
  • Easy admissions process

 

 

Directions:

Easy access from I-93 Exit 5 or I-293 Exit 1 past the Mall of NH

 From the South: take I-93 north to exit 5, go left at the bottom of the ramp, follow up 3.2 miles to the Executive Court Banquet Facility located behind the Yard Restaurant.

From the North: take I -93 south to exit 5, at the bottom of ramp go right, follow up 3.2 miles to the Executive Court Banquet Facility located behind the Yard Restaurant.

From the West: take Rt. 101 east I 293 east to Exit 1 for the Mall of NH, turn right follow past the Mall, follow South Willow St. 2.0 mile to the Executive Court Banquet Facility on the left.

From the East: take Rt. 101 west to I-293 to exit 1, at ramp end go left onto South Willow St past the Mall of NH, follow down for 2.0 miles. Executive Court Banquet Facility on the left.

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