“My experience was great.”
It was an abnormally warm day in February at the Cape. We went to different places, each uniquely beautiful. Geoff shared his knowledge and uniqueness for each place we visited. He had some great tips for casting. The fish weren't cooperating that day, but it was still one for the books! I would highly recommend a day on the water with Geoff!
“Had a blast!”
Nothing like getting out on those systems on such a nice day. Highly recomend Geoff as a guide. Extremely considerate, knowledgeable, professional, and an overall great guy to spend a day on the water with.
"I can't wait to go back..."
I'm glad timing worked out the way it did and that we were able to meet up and fish. I definitely had a good time and can't wait to go back down and get after some carp. I want to see the super-extendo net in action.
"Thanks Brackish Flies for an awesome day"
It's refreshing to spend a day with a guide that's as passionate about brookies and their conservation as Geoff is. He is extremely knowledgeable, and a great guide to spend the day with and learn from!
"The sea run brook trout definitely didn't disappoint..."
Amazing day exploring a new type of fishing on the Cape! The sea run brook trout definitely didn't disappoint in their beauty, abundance and wily nature...a big thanks to Geoff and Brackish Flies for the guidance and passion for this fishery.
"I can't wait to get back"
I can't wait to get back down there. One of the coolest experiences I've had on the water. Catching a Striper on a 9wt then to Sea Run Brook Trout on 2wt and 3wt rods. All in one of the most beautiful estuaries I've ever seen.
"If you're [...] interested in seeing what fly fishing is about[,] get in contact with him."
I can now credit Geoff with helping me catch my first freshwater fish, saltwater fish, and wild trout on fly...If you're even remotely interested in seeing what fly fishing is about[,] get in contact with him. Anything from learning the basics[, to] getting on some easy action in the Lowell Canals[,] to throwing on chest waders and crawling on your hands and knees through hidden creeks for wild trout populations that have been protected for 200 years.