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Old 04-02-2013, 10:48 AM
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www.matchthehatch.com - Eastern Fly Fishing Magazine

Check out this magazine, they cover a lot of waters. I have quite a few back issues on spots that I want to try. It might give you some insight. Best of luck!
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I would say Newfoundland and the 'chi would two must visit places in the East.
x2 for Newfoundland and Labrador. Trophy brookies with spots the size of dimes.
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Rip Tide, Do I see Montauk (or close to)and the Ausable in the Adirondacks among your pics?

As for my list, I'd like to fish the Ausable again, doing it right this time. I also want to float(tube) any little trout pond in the Adirondacks...all by myself...camping trip...


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The cains river (one of the tributaries of the 'Chi) is known for it's large brookies and speckles. Here is a fun video about it. Go to 11.11 to start watching.

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Don't forget the Letort and Yellow Breeches in PA.
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There are many trout waters in Michigan, but the Au Sable River system is a must on your list. Check out Gateslodge.com for the complete scoop. I headed there in 15 days, not that I'm counting, let's see in minutes thats...
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If you've never hiked deep into the Shenandoah National Park to find a hidden hole full of wild and native brook trout, you really should.
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I haven't had the opportunity to fish it yet but I really want to fish the limestone beds of the South Holston over in TN,
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No particular order:

Ausable River, Adirondacks - I would like to stay at Adirondack Rock and River in Keene Valley.

Lake Erie tributaries in Western New York

Salmon River in Pulaski, NY

Forida Keys for permit

Everglades for tarpon
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I haven't had the opportunity to fish it yet but I really want to fish the limestone beds of the South Holston over in TN,
And everyone ought to fish the Sulphur hatch on the South Holston from a drift boat.
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Don't forget the Letort and Yellow Breeches in PA.
I would like to see the massive hatches of the PA. streams. And I would like to float the Delaware when the Sulphurs are on the water.
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