THE GREAT OUTDOORS — When winter rolls around, the ice fishermen head to the hard deck, while most fly fishermen retreat indoors, tying flies and dreaming of spring mayfly hatches that are months away.

But if you’re a fly fishermen, your winter doesn’t have to be spent ice fishing or tying flies. You can spend it on the five following rivers, catching fish and grinning because the normally crowded waters are empty and the trout are feisty and hungry — just like they are during spring.