Fishing around Twin Mountain


Reel fishing is Fly Fishing

Twin Mountain, New Hampshire, is located in the heart of the White Mountains, making it a great destination for fly fishing enthusiasts. There are several rivers, streams, and lakes in the area that offer excellent fishing opportunities.

Catch and Release

Many areas in the White Mountains are Catch and Release. And you need to get a fishing license!

You may be interested in the New Hampshire Hatchery & Fish and Wildlife Center in Whitefield.

Fly Fishing Locations

  • Ammonoosuc River: The Ammonoosuc River flows through Twin Mountain and provides good fly fishing opportunities. It is known for its trout population, including brook trout and brown trout. The river offers both wading and drift boat fishing options.

  • Zealand River: The Zealand River is a picturesque river located near Twin Mountain. It is a small to medium-sized river with good populations of brook trout. The upper sections of the river offer more remote and scenic fishing experiences.

  • Pemigewasset River: The Pemigewasset River is a larger river that runs through the nearby town of Bethlehem, just a short drive from Twin Mountain. It is known for its diverse fish population, including brook trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, and smallmouth bass. The river can be waded or fished from a drift boat.

  • Echo Lake: Echo Lake is a beautiful lake located near Franconia Notch State Park, close to Twin Mountain. The lake is stocked with trout and offers good fly fishing opportunities from both the shore and a boat. It's a great spot for anglers looking for a more relaxed fishing experience.

  • Profile Lake: Profile Lake is another option for fly fishing near Twin Mountain. It is situated near the base of Cannon Mountain and offers opportunities to catch brook trout and rainbow trout. The lake is easily accessible and provides a scenic setting for fishing.

  • Gale River: This river flows right through the town of Franconia and is a great spot for fly fishing. The river is known for brook trout, but you might also hook rainbow or brown trout.

  • Easton Valley: The Easton Valley is just a short drive from Twin Mountain and offers several small brooks and streams that are good for brook trout.