Pre-season Fishing Trip to the Beaverkill/Delaware

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March 18, 2017 6:30 am to 9:00 pm

Winter is back with a vengeance, so we have postponed our Catskills trip until the weather situation clears up. Stay tuned for an update.

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Trout fishing season is still out there on horizon, and opening day in Connecticut isn’t too far away, but here at CVTU we’re ready to get started. We’ve all said hello to the Farmington once or twice over the winter, but to kick things off properly, we’re planning a pre-season day of fishing in the Catskills on sections of rivers that are open all year. Depending on the water conditions, we will fish either the Beaverkill or the West Branch of the Delaware. There are miles of available water on these rivers, and the fish are still there, waiting, hungry. So join us as we present these trout with some of the first flies that they’ll have seen in many months. It’s a great chance to get to know these beautiful rivers before they experience their early-season fishing pressure.

The ride to Roscoe, New York will take a little less than two hours, and we’ll plan to fish all day, returning to Connecticut in the early evening. Remember that you’ll need a New York state fishing license. If you have any questions, please RSVP at dave [dot] surowiecki [at] cvtu [dot] org.