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October 16, 2008

Southeastern New York

John Miller of Bob’s Sport and Tackle (914-232-4085) in Katonah reports some good fishing in the NYC reservoirs for smallmouth bass, crappie and walleye. Cross River and Sodom reservoirs were yielding the most bronzebacks, with crappies hitting well at Muscoot and Croton reservoirs and Sodom Reservoir producing walleyes to 6 pounds. White perch were hitting […]

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The majority of the hatches are over for the season and now anglers are using Woolly Buggers or stonefly nymphs for best results on the West Branch of the Ausable River. Other northern rivers are also fishing great. With the cooler temperatures and improving water levels, the end of this season’s trout fishing will be

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Willowemoc/Beaverkill: Some fine fishing is available in uncrowded conditions. Water levels have been low. Try BWOs, caddis and terrestrials or small nymphs. West Branch of the Delaware: Some olives and caddis later in the day, and maybe some tricos in the morning. Water temps are in the mid-40s. Esopus:_Fishing should be good now for browns.

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Marinette Area

Anglers were catching trout and salmon in the Menominee River and Little River. Anglers were casting Cleos from the lighthouse pier for trout and salmon on the Menominee. Anglers were also catching trout and salmon below the Hattie Street dam. On Little River. They were using spawn sacs, yarn and marshmallows. Walleye action is starting

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