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zarkhd 03-19-2013 01:07 PM

New to fly fishing
 
Hello all, i'm new to fly fishing, had 2 trips to Croton river so far, and had no luck landing a fish (((
i was wondering if anyone is offering guided tours and lessons around New York City area... (50 mile driving distance)

would appreciate any help i can get. Thank you in advance.

MoscaPescador 03-19-2013 01:16 PM

Re: New to fly fishing
 
Do a Google search of fly fishing shops in the NYC area.

Eddie O'Neill 03-19-2013 01:35 PM

Re: New to fly fishing
 
Welcome to the forum and our wonderful world:D

jpbfly 03-19-2013 01:46 PM

Re: New to fly fishing
 
:welcomean Hope you can find someone to help you...there must be some experienced members from this area on the forum;)
You can have a look here too:http://www.newyorkonthefly.com/Guides.html

zarkhd 03-19-2013 02:23 PM

Re: New to fly fishing
 
thanks guys for the info...

shotgunfly 03-19-2013 02:26 PM

Re: New to fly fishing
 
Welcome to the forum. Tons of good people and knowledge here. I've loved being a part of it for the last year or so!

Walter1023 03-20-2013 02:30 PM

Re: New to fly fishing
 
Don't feel bad if you don't catch anything initially.....the croton is a wonderful river system but dependent upon the conditions and which particular river you went to...it can be tough - it is a tailwater fishery. I've been an addicted diehard since the late 90's and have spent considerable time on just about every river within this vast system. a few thoughts for you 1) you can go on the Croton chapter of TU's website and for $15 buy their guide to flyfishing the croton watershed .......you'd have to spend a lifetime acquiring most of the info they provide to you 2) The Angler's Den in Pawling, NY (google them) offers guided trips on the croton system 3) stay connected to this site......you have experts with years of experience willing to help. I used to fire off tons of questions and the assistance I got was awesome. 4) feel free to PM me with any specifics I love the croton watershed....and also the Housatonic and farmington Rivers in Ct. When i feel like driving more the catskills (Beaverkill and Upper Delaware River) come into play also I'm always happy to help any new fly fisher get even more involved in the greatest sport/ hobby/ past time that mankind has ever seen !!!!!!!!!!!!

joebloe 04-01-2013 07:26 AM

Re: New to fly fishing
 
check out the Bedford Sportsman as well - also the Mianus River over in Greenwich CT (close) gets heavily stocked this time of year with some good size fish - easy fishing on a nice river, despite the 'dog park' aspect - you'll need a CT fishing license, though.

streamhound 04-01-2013 11:33 AM

Re: New to fly fishing
 
have you tried Urban Angler in NYC? I don't know anything about em but I see their adverts from time to time

mcnerney 04-01-2013 12:32 PM

Re: New to fly fishing
 
Zark: Welcome to the forum! I can't provide much help with that area, but it looks like you got some good advice from the others, best of luck with your progress in fly fishing, don't hesitate to ask questions.


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