Fly Fishing New York Streams in February

February 14, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

Rod Cochran writes about the top trout hangouts for those willing to brave the cold in the Empire state. Among the choices: the Connetquot River, the Croton River, Ischua Creek, and of course the “Beamoc.” “In February, ‘heavily fished’ is a relative term. As you buzz along Route 17, you rarely see more than a single angler standing in the quiet current beyond the rim of ice, and most times, you see no one on the water.” In New York Game & Fish magazine.