The beauty of the Adirondacks is having the ability to travel into remote ponds and lakes and not be disturbed by other fishermen, giving you that true backcountry experience. There is no greater feeling than hiking into a backcountry pond with an ultra light canoe and catching native Adirondack trout, whether it be with a fly rod or spinning gear. The most successful trout fishing here in the Adirondacks is from late April into the first of June. However, local waters are also home to bass, northern pike, and several other species and our fishing season lasts throughout the spring, summer and early fall.
The Adirondacks offer an endless number of excellent trips on unspoiled rivers and lakes. Set out on your own or book a trip with a licensed and experienced guide. A guided trip in the heart of the Adirondacks can last a few hours or a few days, it’s your choice. The guides we work with are true outdoorsmen who will make sure you enjoy your experience to the fullest.
In addition to being a fantastic fishing lodge, Garnet Hill is also an ideal base for hunting excursions, enabling you to hunt during the day while enjoying the comforts that the Lodge has to offer in the evening. The Adirondack park is made up of huge tracts of forest and wilderness areas and home to numerous animal species including white tail deer, hare, grouse and woodcock.
Whether you are looking for a half day canoe trip or a multi-day fishing, hiking or hunting excursion, let us help you organize a memorable adventure with one of Adirondack Mountain and Stream’s Adirondack guides. Adirondack Mountain and Stream Guide Service is a four-season guide service, featuring guides that live, work, and thrive right here in the Adirondack Mountains and love to help others enjoy the many experiences of the great outdoors. To find out more about their services visit their website, see the blog or view our video.