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As thousands of Americans rediscover the allure of New York’s sprawling Adirondack Mountains over the coming weeks, a well-deserved, long-overdue escape to Garnet Hill Lodge grows that much more enticing. Our peaceful, hillside haven rests high above 329-acre Thirteenth Lake and some of the densest forestry in the state. There’s never been a better time than right now to start planning your next adventure-based escape to Garnet Hill, as you’ve likely been feverishly itching to get away from the city for several weeks. And what better way to commemorate a relaxing yet exploratory vacation than with an afternoon of Adirondack fly fishing?
The main target during any type of Adirondack fly fishing excursion is native brook trout. These plump, clever beauties thrive in the backcountry’s many rivers, ponds, and lakes. Perhaps the most enticing aspect of a full-day Adirondack fly fishing trip near North River, NY, is the element of isolation and solitude. Many of the area’s most rewarding trout fishing destinations remain concealed to the general public. Local guides, including the friendly folks at Adirondack Mountain & Stream Guide Service, instinctively know where to discover the most lucrative honey holes, all of which fluctuate much like the seasons. The serenity one gains in these quiet river gorges, mountain-side lakes, and long-forgotten ponds is equally rejuvenating and enlightening.
Garnet Hill Lodge partners exclusively with Adirondack Mountain & Stream Guide Service, the premier Adirondack fly fishing guides for 30 years running. They offer a wide range of services, including hunting, canoeing, and snowshoeing, but fly fishing is their crowning expertise. This reputable outfitter targets all four species of native trout, including brown, brook, lake, and rainbow. Each fly fishing trip is fully customized to meet the needs of your group and match your skillsets. Thus, it’s entirely possible that they recommend an alternative method of angling, although most expeditions utilize fly rods or spinning gear. You may have to endure a bit of hiking or paddling during your trip, so please take that into consideration before your initial call.
If you’re interested in learning more about the area’s best Adirondack fishing guide, please don’t hesitate to contact our Outdoor Center. And don’t forget to pair your Adirondack trout fishing trip with several days of Thirteenth Lake kayaking, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, and classic Adirondack hiking. As one of the top-reviewed lodges in Upstate New York, we’re expecting an influx of adventurers this summer. So, please reach out at your earliest convenience to book a long-awaited fly fishing adventure to historic Garnet Hill Lodge. Check availability online or dial 518-251-2444.