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Located in the Adirondack's majestic High Peaks, the Ausable river is a fly fisherman's paradise offering abundant hatches of Stoneflies, Caddis, Mayflies and ledgendary trophy trout!. The famed West Branch of the AuSable River is nationally recognized for its five miles of magnificent waterway dedicated as year round catch and release.



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  Come to the Adirondacks for a Fly Fishing Vacation or for the Remote Lakes Whether you're a diehard fisherman, an occasional angler or a first timer, Adirondack Fishing is for you. The Adirondacks comprise about 26 percent of the entire land area of New York State. This region contains hundreds of streams and hundreds of lakes and ponds. The lakes, ponds and rivers of the Adirondack Park offer several unique fishing opportunities. Use a boat and slowly troll the depths for Lake Trout and Landlocked Salmon; fly-fish with "handtied" flies for Brookies, Rainbows and Browns; bassfish several methods; or just plunk a worm and bobber for panfish. Pick your style, sit back and enjoy the Adirondacks.

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Meacham Lake
Black Bass, Northern Pike, Panfish, Splake
Tupper Lake
Black Bass, Walleye, Lake Trout, Landlocked Salmon, Northern Pike, Panfish
Union Falls
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Region 5 H.Q.
Ray Brook, NY 12977
518-891-1370
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Albany, NY 12233
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U.S. Geological Survey
Washington, D.C. 20242

Jones Outfitters, Ltd.
Lake Placid, NY 12946
518-523-3468

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Lake Placid, NY 12946
518-523-1508

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Albany, NY 12204
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Fishing Preserves

Cold Brook Farm
Vermontville, NY
Open Year round during daylight Hours or 8 am to 8 pm. Rainbow Trout averaging 1 to 7 lbs. Preserve located on 230 acres with easy access to 2 ponds.

Fisherman's Paradise
Chateaugay, NY
Open year round - Rainbow and Golden Trout and Atlantic Salmon. Rainbow Trout averaging up to 4 lbs.

Hichinbrooke Fish Hatchery
Chateaugay, NY
Open weekends through out the year and daily through the months of July and August. Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, Coho and Atlantic Landlocked Salmon averaging from 1 lb to 14 lbs.

Restful Ponds
Brainardsville, NY
Open all year with no set hours. Rainbow Trout, Speckled and bull heads. Average sizes from l0 to 20 inches

Smooth Flow Ponds
Malone, NY
Open by chance or appointment. Speckled Trout, Rainbow Trout and Coho and Atlantic Salmon. Average sizes are 10 to 14 inches.

Spring Brook Farms
Chateaugay, NY
Open year round. Rainbow and Brook Trout. Average sizes are 10 to 12 inches


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Adirondack Sport Shop
"Home to the Ausable Wulff", Wilmington, NY - (518) 359-2174
Fran Betters has been known by sportsmen for years as the definitive expert on fishing and fly-fishing in the Adirondacks and author of many indispensable books! He offers fly fishing and casting instructions, stream orientations and an open invitation to all who fish to attend his FREE Barbeques and flycasting clinics throughout the summer!

Bear Cub Adventures
30 Bear Cub Road, Lake Placid, NY 12946 - (518) 523-4339
Offering Outdoor Guided Adventures and Skills Instruction; Wilderness Canoe Trips, Canoe & Kayak Instruction, Family Fishing Trips, and so much more.

Blue Mountain Outfitters With 2 locations in the Adirondacks! Lake Placid Location-Open 7 days from 9 AM until 6 PM. Lake Placid, 37 Main Street
(518)-523-4555 /Blue Mountain Lake Location Open 7 days from 9 AM until 6 PM. Blue Mountain Lake,144 Main Street, (518) 352-7306
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Tahawus Limited
P.O. Box 424, Lake Placid, NY 12946 - (518) 891-4334
Tahawus Guide Services offers traditional outdoor adventures for people of all ages, regardless of ability level or physical condition. Based on the legendary guide services of the late 1800's, the guides of Tahawus are experienced outdoor professionals who will delight you with the natural history and lore of the Adirondacks. Offering Fly Fishing, Canoe and Fishing trips, Mountaineering, Ski Tours, and so much more.

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Jones Outfitters Limited 37 Main Street Lake Placid, N.Y. 12946 (518) 523-3468
Jones Outfitters, Ltd. is located on Mirror Lake in Lake Placid. We are a full service Orvis Dealer offering a wide variety of fly fishing equipment and services. Our Popular Fly Fishing school will help get you started on the path to a life-long past-time and passion. Guide service is available for local rivers, lakes, and ponds. Check our web site for updates fishing reports. We are also your complete paddlesports shop, stocking canoes, kayaks and accessories from Mad River, Wenonah, Old Town, and Wilderness Systems.

Adirondack Canoe and Kayaks - Tupper Lake, NY - (518) 359-2174

Birchbark Tours- Saranac Lake, NY - (518) 891-5704

Blue Mountain Outfitters - Blue Mountain Lake, NY - (518) 352-7306

Grey Ghost Guide Service- Saranac Lake, NY - (518) 891-6089

Jones Outfitters- Lake Placid, NY - (518) 523-3468

Light Line Adventures- Lake Placid, NY - (518) 523-1186

McDonnell's Adirondack Challenges- Saranac Lake, NY - (518) 891-1176

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The NYS DEC Report on Fishing
Fishing Season 2009

Trout-
Statewide trout season (brook, brown, and rainbow, also lake trout, splake, and landlocked Atlantic salmon) is open.
See the DEC press release on the opening of trout season for more information, scroll down to the section titled
"Adirondacks/Northeastern NY (DEC Region 5)"
There are many special regulations which apply to trout angling, be sure to check the Region 5 special regulations section of the fishing regulations guide.
Bass

Black bass season is closed. However, "catch and release fishing" for bass is allowed in the following Region 5 counties: Clinton, Essex, Warren, Washington, Saratoga, and Fulton.
Regular black bass season will open:
on Lake Champlain - June 13 (2nd Saturday of June)
on all other Region 5 waters - June 20 (3rd Saturday of June)
Walleye

Walleye season is closed.
Walleye season will open May 2 (1st Saturday in May)

Pike & Pickerel

Northern pike and pickerel seasons are open all year on Lake Champlain.
Northern pike, pickerel and tiger muskellunge seasons are closed everywhere else in DEC Region 5.
Northern pike, pickerel and tiger muskie seasons open on May 2 (1st Saturday in May)



Stream and Pond Fishing
(source NYS DEC)
Spring Report- The cooler temperatures this past week have kept water temperatures very cold. The West Branch of the Ausable River is running in the lower 30's. The Northern portions of the region are still experiencing snow. Anglers should be wary of ice-covered shorelines on rivers, floating ice as ice jams break up, and very cold water. Remote ponds in the Adirondacks are rarely ice-free until mid-April or later. At this time, none of the smaller ponds are reportedly ice-free. Despite the weather, both guides and anglers are reporting ideal water levels. There have been numerous fishermen on the Saranac River in Franklin County. A 1 lb. 5 oz. rainbow trout was caught along the Riverwalk section in the Village of Saranac Lake. Fran Betters of the Evening Hatch suggests coneheads and beadheads, fished along the bottom. A few brown trout are hitting along River Road in the Special Regulations Area on the West Branch Ausable River. Anglers are also having good luck downstream of the Route 86 Bridge, below the dam. Some Northern rivers recently stocked include the Saranac, Chateaugay, and Salmon River in Franklin County and the North Branch of the Great Chazy in Clinton County. Lake Champlain is mostly ice free now, but constant north winds and cold temperatures have kept anglers at bay. Ron from Fish 307 in Lake George reports fish being caught on Mettawee River, Kayaderosseras Creek and Geyser Brook. Saratoga Bait and Tackle staff recommend using crawlers with jigheads this time of year. Some Southern rivers recently stocked include Owl Kill, Glowegee Creek, White Creek, Geyser Brook and Kayaderosseras Creek. Attention West Branch Ausable River, Lake Champlain, Lake George and Great Sacandaga Lake Anglers - we are looking for volunteers to become Angler Diary Cooperators. Use the links at the bottom of the page to learn more. Prior to heading out, anglers should be sure to check the current fishing regulations for the water they plan on fishing. Numerous exceptions to the statewide regulations exist in each DEC region. Regulations can be found in the 2006-2008 Fishing Regulations Guide. For detailed fishing information contact the local bait shops. Hunting guides, fishing guides and the reclaimed ponds list can be obtained by calling the office during regular business hours at (518) 623-1240 for the Warrensburg Office or (518) 897-1333 for the Ray Brook Office.
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There are three other new catch and release sections in the region. Two sections are on the Saranac River in Clinton County: from the Sand Pond/Rt. 22 intersection upstream to Kent Falls Dam and from 100 yards upstream of the confluence of the North Branch Saranac River upstream to Stord Brook. A catch and release fishing opportunity has also been expanded in the West Branch Ausable River in Essex County with a new section starting at the Whiteface Ski Center bridge downstream to the Rt. 86 crossing above the Flume. As in the Batten Kill, year-round fishing (artificial lures only) is permitted. The three new northern sections are all scheduled for stocking this spring.

Many regional streams and rivers will be stocked in April and May. However, it is likely that few, if any, streams in the northern part of the region will be accessible or warm enough for stocking prior to opening day. If possible, yearling brook trout will be stocked in the Chateaugay River in Franklin County before the season begins. Rainbow trout may also be stocked in the Saranac River within the Village of Saranac Lake prior to April 1.

Hundreds of smaller streams contain wild brook and brown trout. Try fishing deep pools and riffle areas with live bait where it is allowed. Fish slowly, especially if the water is cold, high, and swift. Contact the regional fisheries office for a brochure listing many of the wild trout streams in Region 5.

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Ice-out may not occur until later on many northern lakes. During the beginning stages of ice-out, excellent trout fishing should be available in open water areas near the shoreline. Once waters are ice free and temperatures rise, surface trolling for salmon and lake trout is a good bet on the larger lakes. Brook trout pond fishing is good from ice-out through May.

Anglers are reminded that in many Adirondack ponds the use of fish as bait is prohibited. For a list of these waters check the "Special Regulations by County" section in the Fishing Regulations Guide, or contact the DEC's Region 5 Fisheries Office in Ray Brook at (518) 897-1333. A variety of leaflets are also available from the regional office including stocking lists for Region 5, top fishing waters in Region 5, a list of reclaimed trout ponds, and others.

For up-to-date information on fishing conditions in the region, anglers can call the DEC Region 5 Fishing Hotlines at (518) 891-5413. The hotline is also available on the DEC website at www.dec.state.ny.us/website/reg5/hotline.html. Fishing maps are available. These maps can be downloaded and printed out to provide detailed locations for stream sections with purchased and deeded public rights for angling. Maps are also available from the regional office.

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Freshwater fishing regulations

http://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/fishregsguide0608.pdf



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Fly Fishing in the Adirondacks can bring on an incredible experience! Begin fishing with nymphs such as the Isonychia, Hendrickson or the Caddis slowly then by mid summer, fish the Sulfurs, Caenis and Large Stoneflies. Towards the end of the season fish with Yellow May, Chocolate Drake or the Slate Grey Drake. Below is a Hatch chart that may guide you in chossing the right fly for the right time.

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Fly Hatches/Seasons to Fish
By Joeseph Hackett

Listed below is a hatch start for Adirondack waters. The main diet for trout, stoneflies, mayflies and caddis flies are found in large numbers in Adirondack waters.

The best early season fly fishing is accomplished with streamers or nymphs. The early months of April and May don't produce large hatches as the waters are still quite cold and high. This is true again in the fall, late September to October.

Hatches begin about mid-May and continue until the cold weather of the fall. Our main hatch is the caddisfly and continue sporadically throughout the summer.

Some of the best patterns are as follows:

Streamers
Muddler
Hornberg
Mickey FInn
Grey Ghost
sizes 6, 8, 10
Nymphs
Dark/Light Stonefly
Light Cahill
March Brown
Hendrickson
sizes 10, 12, 14, 16
Wet Fly Patterns
Mini Muddler
Hendrickson
Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear
Grey Hackle
size 10, 12, 14
Dry Fly Patterns
AuSable Wulff
Light/Dark Haystack
Humpy
Adams
Grey Fox
Light/Dark Caddis
Dun Varient (14/16)
Light/Dark Cahill
Light/Dark Hendrickson
sizes 12, 14, 16

Major Hatches and Emergence Dates
for Adirondack Waters
Quill Gordon
May 10-June 5
Hendricksons
May 15-June 7
Caddis
May 20-June 15
All Season Specialties
Grey Fox
June 1- June 20
March Brown
June 5-June 15
Green Drake
June 17-June 30
Light Cahill
June 1-July 10
Trico's
July 15-August 30
Blue Wing Olive
August 5-August 20
Chocolate Drake
August 20-September 15
Slate Grey Drake
August 27- October 6
Isonychia Bicolor
August 15- October 15
Hexogenia Fly Comes off on many of the lakes and
ponds of the region and is the largest of the Mayflies
to come off in the Adirondacks. The Isonychia Fly is
also called Slate Drake and Chocolate Dun.

Possibly the best months for Adirondack trout fishing are June and September. June sees the weather warming, along with the streams, and the top hatches of the year. However, it is also bug season, with black flies and mosquitoes swarming. September finds cooler days, and waters, with fine foliage, few bugs and fish fattening up for the winter.

Equipment:

My preference is for a 7 1/2 - 8 1/2 rod, throwing a 5 to 6 weight line. For pond or lake fishing, a heavier weight line and stronger rod is preferred, for longer casts. Quite often a day of fishing smaller brooks finds me with a 6 to 7-foot rod and a 3 to 4-weight line. Because of water clarity, I use the finest tippet, and lightest leader I dare, considering the size fish I expect to battle.
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