Best Flies for Fishing The Adirondacks National Park, NY

To get the most out of your flies, try fly-fishing in late July and August, water temperatures have risen and fish are in their most numerous early or late in the day. No matter the weather or time of day, we got you covered with our tents.

 

The Crua Tri featured with Dave Johnson - making the most of the season! Coming closer to Autumn, which is around September/October the rivers are once again less crowded and the boreal forests begin to show rustic autumn colors.

 

THE USUAL

The Usual is known to be an excellent fly for attracting spawning fish. This is a popular fly to be used during the early season months, when fish are still less numerous. Take a look at some of the rods from Blue Halo to ensure top performance. 

 

THE SIRLOIN

Another great fly for the Adirondacks. The Sirloin would be a go to fly for ponds, particullary for the St. Regis Canoe Area. To easily access the St. Regis Canoe Area in The Adirondacks, we suggest going towards one of the main north-south arteries running through the park, such as the Keese Mill Road.

 

THE AUSABLE WULFF

This is a perfect fly for the Adirondacks. With so many different types of fish species in the various rivers and ponds, the Ausable Wulff perfectly replicates the insects the fish are feeding on.

 

THE BOMBER

The Bomber fly is great for use on rougher waters, especially on rivers such as the Ausable, where the water is known to rise and get rough especially along the rocky shorelines. We recommend being extra cautions in these waters, ensure you have all the right equipment and are ready to go! Check out some of the gear from RepYourWater. 

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