The Integrity of the Catch: Fly Fishing in the Catskills

The Catskills Mountains is the birthplace of American dry fly fishing. From it’s pristine, protected waters to it’s abundant wildlife and unique bug life, fly fishermen from around the world come to fish on the famed Beaverkill, Upper Delaware, Neversink and Willowemac rivers, and many legendary fly fishermen have made their home in the peaceful mountains just two hours north of New York City.

The Fly Fishing Center and Museum is this year celebrating its 35th anniversary and continues to be a focal point for the community in preserving the tradition and history of the sport, as well as bringing in and encouraging a new generation of fly fishermen.

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