The Adirondacks are known for spectacular trout fishing and that is certainly true. I will guide you to some of the best trout water in northern New York, fishing the water I grew up on. On the flip side, there are a ton of other species out there that are very exciting to target with a fly rod. Whether you are a new fly angler or a seasoned salty dog, let me show you the other side of fly fishing; alternatives to trout.
Guided Fishing Trip Options:
Mountain Brook Trout
Hike to remote places in the High Peaks Wilderness and beyond in search of brook trout on the fly. Offered July through early October, experience the finest time of year to stalk the mountain pools.
Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike, bowfin and pan fish are just to name a few. Fishing is done from a specifically outfitted canoe or opportunistic wading.
Just starting out? Need some help? Looking for something in particular? The Adirondacks are loaded with ponds, lakes, rivers and streams just waiting to be explored. Let me know what you are looking for and I would be glad to help you on your adventure.
Hunting deer in New York’s Adirondack Mountains is a North American classic. You won’t find any fancy lodges or food plots on this demanding hunt. Experience 100% fair chase hunting all done in remote places on public lands. One hunter/one guide still hunting and tracking together, looking for a mature buck.
Whether you want to hike a 4000’ peak, bushwhack to a breathtaking mountain to avoid the crowds, or create your own adventure, I can help you get there....
About Spruce Trap Adventures Owner Peter Price
I grew up in the North Country, just north of the blue line, home to some awesome trout fishing. Fishing and tromping around in the woods is what I have done all my life. After earning a degree in Wilderness Recreation Leadership, I worked for 15 years as a seasonal wilderness ranger and interior caretaker. I gained a lot of search and rescue experience, dealt with food-conditioned/habituated black bears, and lived a lifestyle of skinny paychecks and bluebird wilderness paydays. Outdoor recreation is not just a means of making a living; it’s how I live my life. Let me share some of the secrets of these mountains and waterways to make your trip a memorable and productive one. I practice and promote Leave No Trace, catch and release, and fair chase outdoor ethics.
Contact Spruce Trap Adventure Guide Service
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Call us at: 518-524-1111
1 person -$300
2 people -$350
Half Day(4 hours)
2 people- $275
3 people- $300