New York Fishing Reports

Catskills Fishing Report – July 13th, 2012

The Beaverkill and Willowemoc were low and warm last week. Fishing would only be recommended early in the morning.  The Horton section of the Beaverkill is closed through Aug. 31 to protect trout from thermal stress. The East Branch of the Delaware had good water temps but is low. Some midges and a few Sulphurs are about in the morning…

Capital District Fishing Report – June 15th, 2012

Lake George anglers were seeing lakers and landlocks head into deeper waters, which is typical for this time of year. That generally shifts the attention to bass, which are in post-spawn mode in shallow water. Ditto for Glen Lake. Trout streams have benefitted from cooler temperatures and rains. Both the Battenkill and Mettawee rivers have offered up fairly consistent action…

Adirondacks Fishing Report – June 15th, 2012

Lake Champlain Bass season opened June 9 on the big lake, but the biggest news of late has been the outstanding lake trout and landlocked salmon fishing. Reports have been coming in on lakers and landlocks in both quantity and quality, with “clean” (lamprey-free) fish showing up. Not hearing a lot on the bass right yet, but they should be in…

Southeastern New York Fishing Report – June 15th, 2012

John Miller at Bob’s Sport and Tackle (914-232-4085) in Katonah reports that fishing has been very good of late for a mix of trout (both lakers and browns), crappie and catch-and-release bass heading into Saturday’s regular-season kickoff. The spring crappie season was a lengthy one on Muscoot and Croton reservoirs, while brown trout have been cooperating on Kensico, Cross River,…

Catskills Fishing Report – June 15th, 2012

At last look, all rivers remained in excellent shape for early June and fishing has been good, with quite a few different species of mayflies and Caddis hatchings. Stoneflies were starting to hatch on all rivers. Possibly due to cooler water temps, the morning BWO hatch has been more of an early afternoon offering. Nymphs and attractor dry flies have…