From the fabled Beaverkill, Willowemoc, and Delaware Rivers in the Catskills and the great flyfishing waters of the Adirondacks to the outstanding flyfishing in the Great Lakes, Eric Newman covers all of the many fishing opportunities in the Flyfisher’s Guide to New York. Eric covers the fly-fishing opportunities for rainbow, brook trout, brown and lake trout, steelhead, landlocked salmon, chinook & coho salmon, muskie, smallmouth bass, and other warmwater species. Eric gives a detailed description of each water with how and when to fish it along with 35 hatch charts and recommended flies. There are over 130 detailed maps, showing river miles, access points, boat ramps, roads, campgrounds and more. Eric also gives the reader travel information for each region that includes a listing for fly shops, sporting good stores, guides, outfitters, motels, car rental and repairs, restaurants, and more. Each important river, creek, and lake is covered including the Delaware, Beaverkill, Neversink, Croton, Battenkill, Au Sable, Salmon, Susquehanna, Roe-Jan, Cattaraugus, Black, Esopus, West Canada, Seneca, Massawepie, Little Tupper Lake, Pharaoh Lake, Laurel, Swan and many others. This is the best book ever written on flyfishing New York.