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The Beaverkill is perhaps the most famous fly fishing stream in America, largely because of its history, and it can still be a good one if you don't let its history spoil your expectations.

Almost every pool has a name and a story or three in the great works of fly fishing literature.

Landscape & scenery photos from the Beaverkill River

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 From the Beaverkill River, Horton Bridge Pool in New York.
Date TakenMay 7, 2005
Date AddedFeb 2, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
I won't say where this picture was taken.  I wouldn't want to give away anyone's secret little stream. From the Beaverkill River in New York.
I won't say where this picture was taken. I wouldn't want to give away anyone's secret little stream.
Date TakenMar 21, 2005
Date AddedFeb 1, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
Here's my first trout of 2005, a 17-inch brown, photographed underwater after release. From the Beaverkill River in New York.
Here's my first trout of 2005, a 17-inch brown, photographed underwater after release.
Date TakenMar 21, 2005
Date AddedJan 25, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
Distant anglers dunk worms outside a small Catskill town at the meeting of two great trout streams. From the Beaverkill River, Junction Pool in New York.
Distant anglers dunk worms outside a small Catskill town at the meeting of two great trout streams.
Date TakenApr 16, 2005
Date AddedFeb 1, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
 From the Beaverkill River in New York.
Date TakenMay 6, 2007
Date AddedJun 5, 2007
AuthorTroutnut
I'm breaking my rule about naming locations for this picture, since the context adds much to its meaning.  This great blue heron is standing on a slab of river-worn concrete silhouetted against the NY Quickway bridge over the Beaverkill River at Cairn's Pool.  Several human fishermen pursue trout from one shore while an avian fisherman pursues them from the other. From the Beaverkill River in New York.
I'm breaking my rule about naming locations for this picture, since the context adds much to its meaning. This great blue heron is standing on a slab of river-worn concrete silhouetted against the NY Quickway bridge over the Beaverkill River at Cairn's Pool. Several human fishermen pursue trout from one shore while an avian fisherman pursues them from the other.
Date TakenOct 9, 2004
Date AddedJan 25, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
This popular Catskill stream was a bit crowded on one of the prime days of the Hendrickson hatch. From the Beaverkill River in New York.
This popular Catskill stream was a bit crowded on one of the prime days of the Hendrickson hatch.
Date TakenMay 6, 2007
Date AddedJun 5, 2007
AuthorTroutnut
A swift tributary of a Catskill trout stream slides down its own high delta of boulders and cobble. From the Beaverkill River, Horton Bridge Pool in New York.
A swift tributary of a Catskill trout stream slides down its own high delta of boulders and cobble.
Date TakenMay 7, 2005
Date AddedFeb 2, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
 From the Beaverkill River, Cairns Pool in New York.
Date TakenMar 22, 2005
Date AddedFeb 1, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
 From the Beaverkill River in New York.
Date TakenMar 21, 2005
Date AddedFeb 1, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
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