NYS Dept of Health relaxes rules for consuming wild-caught fish from various Adirondack waters By Megan Plete Postol The New York State Department of Health has released updated guidelines for women and children that change what fish, and what … [Read more...] about Got fish? Let’s eat!
By Mike Lynch Anglers may want to do a little homework before hitting trout waterways this season, as the stream regulations received a major overhaul. The new regulations go into effect today, the open day of trout fishing season. They include … [Read more...] about New trout fishing regulations in effect April 1
Adirondack fishing’s ‘brotherhood of the ice’ remains as determined as in its heyday By Tim Rowland Somewhere high over Lake Ontario last February the weather gods were cackling with wild abandon. They had cooked up a little lake-effect snow, … [Read more...] about Cold days, warm memories
Anglers search for salmon in the heart of Plattsburgh By Tim Rowland According to popular legend, local anglers send tourists to the Ausable River whenever they inquire about the North Country’s best fishing. When fishing themselves, … [Read more...] about A surprise spot for prime fishing
By Francesca Krempa New York State won’t stock brook trout in 13 unnamed ponds throughout the Adirondack Park in 2020 and 2021 so biologists can study the resilience of wild fish swimming in those waters. After tracking improvements in water … [Read more...] about State pauses brook trout stocking to study acid rain recovery
Some open, some will wait until luring tourists feels safer By Mike Lynch Fishing guides and fly shop owners in the northern Adirondacks got a surprise this week as the state gave them approval to go back to work as part of the New York’s … [Read more...] about Too soon? Guides have mixed views on getting anglers back in the water