Our 14-day Androscoggin Adventure is complete and fishing AND catching was great. We had some epic days at the beginning of the hatch from June 19 through 23 and very good fishing through the end of the trip. In fact, the biggest fish of the trip were caught the last day, July 1. The fish were leaping out of the water at the beginning of the hatch, but were getting a lot more selective as the hatch progressed, so we had to work for them. The hatch came out down-river below Pontook dam on June 18 and got to our HQ on the FFO area in Errol on June 22. Before the hatch got going the fishing was excellent, and at the beginning of the hatch ranged from phenomenal to unbelievable. I don't like hype and maybe some of the folks who were there can back me up on this. FFNE fans, brothers Alan and David had an epic couple days at the beginning of the hatch. Matt and his gang from upstate NY had a great time until some rain put a damper on things. Overall, rain was not a factor, other than keeping the flies in the Alders until the sun peeked through. As always, the big golden stone flies were out along with the caddis and many fish succumbed to the charms of a size 8 Stimulator. We are already booking our September trip when the foliage is bright, the water is cold and the fish are hungry. Next up a report on the hex hatch on the ponds.