One of the major tributaries to the Boquet River, the North Branch flows through the towns of Willsboro and Lewis. It begins in small mountain tributaries in the town of Chesterfield. This branch, although it may get less fishing pressure than the Main Stem, is no less a fishery.
The state regularly stocks yearling brook, as well as brown trout up to 14 inches. There are also wild brook trout in some stretches. Access, especially near the hamlet of Reber, is good.
Good spots: east of the hamlet of Reber, County Highway 14A and Town of Lewis, Moss Road
River photos courtesy of Dennis Kalma. See more of his beautiful work!