Cold, Wind and Fish in Lower New York Harbor

In London’s Financial Times, John O’Connor joins veteran guide Brendan McCarthy the pursuit of stripers and bluefish in the cold waters of lower New York Harbor. “New York City might not be the first place one thinks of when it comes to catching fish on a fly rod. But some of the best fly-fishing on the eastern seaboard can be found here, just a short subway-ride from Manhattan, in places such as Red Hook in Brooklyn, City Island in the Bronx and our destination today: the waters off the Gateway National Recreation Area in Far Rockaway.”

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