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As is true every year, anglers can look forward to a great year of fishing, thanks to the natural diversity of angling opportunities within New York State.
Stream flows and water temperatures during the summer were generally good for trout survival in and should result in a good number of holdover trout this spring.
Although severe flooding in the Western Catskills significantly altered many trout streams last year, at least one fisheries survey conducted after the event on the West Branch of the Delaware indicated that impacts to the trout population may not have been as bad as first feared.
Despite the late winter and significant snow and ice conditions that will exist during the early season in the northern and more mountainous areas of New York State, once spring arrives, should be another good year for New York trout anglers.
The early season is a great time to try some of the smaller tributaries. Smaller streams typically have more manageable flows, and are also more likely to hold larger populations of wild trout. Early season anglers can improve their success by fishing deep and slow, and by using natural baits such as worms and minnows where permitted.
Fly-fishing purists should consider using weighted nymphs and large, flashy streamers, possibly coupled with a sink-tip line. Once the water temperatures rise to around 50 degrees, dry-fly fishing prospects improve.
Pond fishing is often best immediately after the winter ice melts. Since most Adirondack and Catskill ponds are likely to remain frozen for the April 1st opener, anglers should scout out areas beforehand where the possibility of frozen waters may exist.
Prime areas to fish are those that warm the earliest, including tributary mouths and near surface and shallow shoreline areas. It should also be noted that ice fishing is prohibited in trout waters except as noted in the Fishing Regulations Guide.
Trout stocking of catchable-size fish generally commences in late March and early April in the lower Hudson Valley, Long Island, and western New York, and then proceeds to the Catskills and Adirondacks.
This year, DEC plans to stock 2. Spring stockings include 1. DEC will again include 2-year-old brown trout in the spring stocking program. These fish average inches in length, with some as large as 15 inches.
Approximately 89, of these larger fish will be stocked into lakes and streams statewide. In addition, more than 2 million yearling lake trout, steelhead, landlocked salmon, splake and coho salmon will be stocked this spring to provide angling opportunities over the next several years.
For those who prefer a quieter, more remote setting, approximatelybrook trout fingerlings will be stocked in lakes and ponds this fall, providing unique angling opportunities for future years.
For a complete list of waters planned to be stocked with trout this spring go to www. In addition to stocked waters, New York State has thousands of miles of wild trout streams that provide excellent fishing opportunities. Regional fisheries offices, which are listed in the Fishing Regulations Guide, can offer specific details about these streams.
PFR signs mark easements, but anglers are reminded that landowners maintain the right to post these parcels against activities other than fishing. Anglers are encouraged to contact their regional office for maps or directions to PFR holdings. For lake and pond anglers, lake contour maps are available at http: The general creel limit for brook, brown and rainbow trout is five fish and the open season for trout in most New York State waters runs from April 1 through October 15, but there are exceptions in all DEC regions, so anglers should check the Fishing Regulations Guide prior to heading out on the water.
Anglers are also reminded that permits are required for fishing New York City reservoirs.
Updated information and permit application can be obtained at: Anglers are also reminded that due to the detection of a serious fish disease, Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia VHSnew restrictions on use of baitfish and transportation of live fish have been enacted.
With some specific exceptions, all live baitfish sold for use on New York State waters must be certified to be free of VHS and a number of other potentially serious fish diseases.
This restriction does not apply to commercially packaged and preserved dead baitfish such as salted minnows. Personal collection and use of baitfish is permitted, but these baitfish may only be used on the water from which they were collected and may not be transported off the body of water.Homes for Sale and Real Estate in Ridgewood, NY.
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