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Summer in the Catskills

June 26, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Rivers like the Willowemoc and the Beaverkill are fabled for their brown trout, particularly in the spring and fall when the weather is cool. The good news, though, is that three streams in Sullivan and Delaware Counties — the Neversink, the West Branch of the Delaware and the East Branch — are tailwaters whose temperatures stay cool and fish-favorable all summer.” In the New York Daily News, Paul Schultz offers a quick guide to Upper Delaware and Catskills trout fishing.