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Esopus Creek Fish and Fly Fishing Demonstration

Friday, September 20, 2019

5096 Route 28 Moutn Tremper, NY

Esopus Creek Fish and Fly Fishing Demonstration

Did you know the Esopus Creek is considered the birthplace of American dry fly fishing?

Learn about the Esopus Creek fishery from USGS biologist Scott George at the Catskills Visitors Center, 5096 Route 28, Mount Tremper, NY on September 20 for 10am to 12pm.

Members from Trout Unlimited will instruct participants on how to tie a fly appropriate for the Esopus Creek and cast using a fly rod. For anyone interested in learning more about fish of the Esopus Creek.

Cost: Free

Please contact the Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program office at 845-688-3047 with any questions.

This event is offered by the Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program as a part of Ashokan Watershed Month.

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Departments

CCE Ulster

Website

https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/fish_251

Group
Cooperative Extension
Contact E-Mail

lg457@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Linda Gonnella

Contact Phone

845-340-3990

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