Fly-Fishing Trails in New York
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Fly-Fishing Trails in New York

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New York has 10 fly-fishing trails. The most popular trails are Ausable River, West Branch, Esopus River and Delaware River. Trails.com member Andrew B. recently completed Willowemoc Creek.
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Mentioned in every book ever written about fly fishing in the Catskills, and in just about ...
Still the hallowed waters of American dry-fly fishing. There are anglers who come to the ...
Big stocked trout and stunning scenery. Rising in the shadow of the ski jump for the 1980 ...
Running for 45 miles before feeding the east side of the Hudson River south of Albany, ...
Sibling of the Beaver Kill, more public water. When it comes to Catskill streams, the ...
Excellent fishery, though apt to be crowded. Home water of American dry-fly fishing. Best ...
Starting at the confluence of a couple of small mountain brooks just south of the Ulster ...
Built in the 1830s to connect the Erie Canal with Binghamton, Chenango Canal went out ...
A challenging stream, with lots of trout and a glowing future. Heavy stocking and heavy ...
The easternmost “western” river in the United States. You’ll find them all here. Every ...
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