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Posted by Bill Haenel on 30-Aug-06

I have recently purchased and used the book, Flyfisher's Guide to New York by Eric H. Newman.

This is easily one of the most valuable fishing books that I now own. It packs in (although not too tightly, so it's actually fairly comprehensive) all sorts of info for fly fishing in New York State. From bodies of water (both still and running), to lodging, to nearby fly shops, etc. Descriptions of rivers, streams and lakes is more than adequate, and references to specific access points is truly helpful.

New York is HUGE. One could spend a lifetime hitting all of the possible locations in our state. Me, personally, if I'm going to embark on such a lengthy lifetime journey, I'd just as soon have a good guide book!

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