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  • Adirondack Native

    Adirondack Native

    Todays weather kept me from my regular duties and allowed me to try out some new waters that i've been wanting to fish for a long time.  Rain showers and downpours did not deter me from fishing this Wilderness Area stream. The month of June is by far the best month of the year to fish the Adirondacks. Streams are in great shape, smorgasbord of bugs always hatching and water temps that keep fish active.  Today, I used a partridge bead head nymph and ended up with some nice brookies.  We still have a few weeks left and if the weather holds, time in July to go on a trip.  Contact me if you're interested.