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Good Fishing in the Adirondacks
edited by Dennis Aprill

“A treasure trove of firsthand knowledge of the area.”
—Sports Afield

Good Fishing in the Adirondacks is back by popular demand. Dennis Aprill gathers local expertise in new and updated chapters written by area fishing guides and sports writers. A registered New York guide himself, Aprill has been a tireless advocate for sport in the Adirondacks from his post as an outdoor columnist for the Plattsburgh Press Republican.

Covering both the streams (including the storied Ausable and Battenkill) and the lakes (including Champlain, George, and Saratoga) that abound here, Good Fishing in the Adirondacks includes techniques for catching a wide array of freshwater species and more than 30 maps, complete with lake depths. This revised edition also expands coverage of gateway cities Saratoga Springs and Glens Falls. 50 black-and-white photographs.

Product Details
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Countryman Press
3rd edition (2010)
Our Price: $21.95

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First Person

"A treasure trove of firsthand knowledge of the area...solid clues on where and how to fish and for what."

Sports Afield

"With close to three thousand lakes, ponds, and beaver flows and thousands of miles of rivers and streams, half the battle of successful fishing in the Adirondacks is in figuring out where to go. Dennis Aprill has made that a snap, with solid advice; specific, insider information, from tackle tips to casting techniques; and plenty to inspire anglers to try some new backcountry spot."

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