Good Fishing In The Adirondacksby Dennis Aprill (Editor)
Tbe size of the Adirondacks is staggering: 1.6 million acres of woodland and mountainside generously endowed with pristine lakes, rivers, and streams. As if that weren't enough to keep an angler's spirits up, the region is bordered to the east by Lake Champlain and to the north by the Saint Lawrence River. Sixteen experienced local fisherman and outdoor columnists contributed their knowledge to create this trusted guide to the best places to fish in this spectacular region. Features include: Fly-fishing on the fabled Battenkill, Ausable, and other destination trout rivers; where to stalk landlocked salmon; best ice fishing; backpacking fishing trips in the central mountains; fishing Lake Champlain and the Saint Lawrence River; tips on flies, lures, and bait for many species.
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