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Old 02-24-2011, 11:24 PM
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as said i live in the adirondacks, some of the best wild (and stocked ) trout waters in new york. ive been a fly fisherman for almost 3 years now
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Welcome NYadirondacks! Happy to have you join us. Look forward to your posts and pictures of your beautiful part of the country.
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Welcome to the NAFFF forum nyadirondacks!

The appalatchian mountain range hosts a wide variety of good trout, as well as other species, fishing here in the Northeast. In addition to your home range, your neighbor ranges of the Greens, the Berkshires, the Catskills and the Poconos offer great wet and dry fly fishing in the Spring/early Summer.

Post some pics and feel free to dive into the forums; I think you'll find lots of good information and experience here.

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Hi,

Welcome to the forum, what has been said about sharing some pictures and joining in the discussions is how we will get to know you. Many of our members live in good fishing regions and those who don't often travel to reach them.

To tell us about your home waters is not to suggest that you pinpoint where you fish but mentioning some rivers may get you some feedback. I have fished from the Indian River in the east through the tributary streams at Tupper & Cranberry Lakes along with countless brook trout streams that I can't name. The big ticket water that I used to enjoy is the one that is perhaps the most famous, your Ausable. While I lived in northern Pennsylvania I made 5 trips to upstate NY and spent a couple weeks at it when I went. This doesn't get you chops like being a resident but you get a pretty good feel for where you want to go next time up.

Do you ever get down south into the Catskills? You can find some good fishing to be had even in this new century I'll bet. All of the travels I spoke of happened in the last century Times change and I would love to hear some familliar names of waterways I fished over 20 years ago.

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