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
Here's my first trout of 2005, a 17-inch brown, photographed underwater after release.
I won't say where this picture was taken. I wouldn't want to give away anyone's secret little stream.
A great blue heron flaunts his contraband spey hackle.
Deep snow melts away from a storied Catskill river as spring nears.
Distant anglers dunk worms outside a small Catskill town at the meeting of two great trout streams.
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