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Old 07-22-2013, 01:53 PM
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Default Re: Beaverkill this time of year?

Hi,

Someone closer may reply but I used to fish the Catskills and with the weather you've been having the big Beaverkill will be tough fishing. I don't mean impossible but tough. For those who know the river well, rainy days at first light may be the best chance with a streamer fly.

If you are heading that far you will be in the vicinity of many small & shaded mountain brooks. I would choose them for mow not a big wide open river like the B.

Where are you located?

Ard
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