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Old 05-24-2013, 05:25 PM
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Hello,
I just moved to the Northern Adirondacks. I decided that I was going to give Fly fishing a go. I live right on the Salmon river in Franklin county (Malone NY). Has anyone out there fished this river? Chasem Falls? Chateauguay River and Lake and Trout river. I am also very close to the St. Regis canoe area. I am hopeing that someone there can help me out. Maybe even hook up and fish together. I am a novice and could use all the help I can get. Thanks.
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Good to see you hear Buddie. Give it a day or two and you'll be overwhelmed with info. Thought you were in the UK.

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Hey Thanks Fred. I really apperciate this.
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Welcome to the forum, I'm sure you'll find a fishing buddy and plenty of advice here
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