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10

Fly Fishing In The Adirondacks

Not many people associate cold fall weather and water sports. However, in the Adirondack Park, a very unique opportunity exists for our inhabitants. Fly fishing for trophy brown and brook trout throughout the region is regarded as some of the best water in the lower 48 states.

At The Keir Weimer Team, we have had the pleasure of getting to know many members of the community and members of our team who take part in the annual pursuit of wild trout along the Saranac and Ausable rivers, as well as thousands of acres of pristine lakes and ponds.  

During this time of year hurdles to many anglers involve low water conditions, heightened river temperatures from long summers, and overcrowded access points. Fortunately for us we have the rare opportunity that the majority of Americans are never given. That is access to over 2 million acres of public lands loaded with phenomenal fly-fishing adventures.

From the West Branch of the Ausable River’s riffles and rapids to the Chateauguay River’s eddies and falls. Head into the wilderness to fish for trout on a small, remote pond in the Moose River Plains, or compete in an angling event like the Ausable Two-Fly Challenge in the village of Wilmington, the fly fishing capital of the Adirondacks, and try to land a trophy catch. Possibilities are endless and the noble pursuit in this watershed attracts anglers from all over the world.

In a Park that can engulf both Yellowstone and Yosemite– twice, anglers have no shortage of accessibility and lodging setups. Throughout the Park, many clients of The Keir Weimer Team actively VRBO their summer homes for the distinct reason of catering to the fall run of trout and leaf peeping weekend warriors.

Combined with a large number of our featured properties, our team of real estate specialist has all the knowledge you will need to make the Adirondacks and the bountiful outdoor opportunities the new place for you and your family to enjoy. Check out some of these publishing’s further to be acquainted with seasonal regulations and fishing equipment tips!

Featured Image: 

http://www.flyfisherman.com/northeast/new-york/adirondack-park/

Additional Resources: 

http://visitadirondacks.com/recreation/fishing

http://www.whitefaceregion.com/blog/2014/09/autumn-fly-fishing-adirondacks

 

 

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