Adirondacks – Salmon River

Once again my father-in-law and I made our way up to the Adirondacks for our family Summer vacation and once again we called on Rich Garfield from Fly Fish the Adirondacksto guide us.  This year he took us to the Salmon River.  Most of you probably know the Salmon River as the river that is just north of Syracuse by Pulaski NY.  The Salmon River we fished is near Malone NY, is close to the Canadian boarder and is a tributary of the St. Lawrence River.  Although we did not land any wild browns we caught quite a few in the morning.  They seemed to be most interested in stimulators and a large stone fly pattern.  As always we had a ton of fun with Rich and look forward to guiding with him again real soon.

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Mike grew up fishing in Western NY. He has been fly fishing since the early nineties but has gained most of his knowledge from friends in Trout Unlimited chapter in the last several years. Most of his fishing trips / posts come from Western NY, the Adirondacks, the West Branch of the Delaware, and Montana. Mike Farney's Google Profile

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