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Fishing In New York State Reservoir’s

www.nyc.gov/html/dep/pdf/recreation/fishing-brochure.pdf

I think it’s a good idea to say something!

I have my license, my NYC DEP permit, and it’s April 1st, I can fish.

The weather is rainy, temperatures are in the ’40s, there is no sun, it’s not too windy, and the barometer is rising.

<p value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">The reservoir canoe season has not begun but here are a couple of beautiful pictures.The reservoir canoe season has not begun but here are a couple of beautiful pictures.

My summer of 2017

Yesterday the sun came out, and it was a beautiful day. Guru Len caught three bass verses my none. When I thought about it last night the two of us fished the same stretch of river and at the head of the Pepacton reservoir. I didn’t do anything wrong as we were using stick bait but there were differences.

  • My Rapala was longer and had rattles.
  • I used monofilament, which I like, Len used braided line.
  • We might have used different retrieve patterns, but I did vary mine.

I thought of going fishing again today, but it’s snowing, about 4″, fell this morning. Is it really April?

By Peter Geoghan

Adventurer with doubts who self-guides his own fly fishing trips to Chile and Argentina. I am from New York City but last lived in the lovely Catskills, the land of bright trout, many reservoirs, rivers, streams, and creeks. Please email me at psg35@cornell.edu

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