A must-have guide for any and all area trout fishermen, Trout Streams of Central New York reveals the little-known treasures that are to be found in the trout waters at the heart of New York State. This unique region boasts some of the country’s best trout fishing, with diverse waters that have something special to offer every angler.
Section One is organized by geographic area (covering the areas between Rochester, Syracuse, and the Southern Tier regions), with detailed descriptions of over 100 trout streams and rivers (including Nine Mile Creek, Chittenango Creek, Oriskany Creek, and the bountiful Monroe County creeks) in a total of 18 counties. Section Two covers invaluable strategies for fishing these streams, with an emphasis on timing, fly selection and hatch-matching, as well as lures and techniques for spin-fishing and bait-fishing. The practicality, insight, and detail of the information in this book is unparalleled.
A spirited angler with over fifty years of experience trout-fishing central New York’s waters, J. Michael Kelly writes for anglers of all kinds, beginning to advanced, as he guides the reader through this area’s many trout-fishing jewels.
About the Author:
J. Michael Kelly was the outdoors columnist for the Syracuse Post-Standard for sixteen years and has contributed thousands of articles for a wide variety of outdoors publications. He is the author of Fishing the Finger Lakes and is a 23-time first-place winner of awards from the NY State Outdoor Writers Association. He lives in Marcellus, NY.