Half day guided trip for two (2) anglers in southwestern Vermont, eastern New York with Orvis-endorsed guide Peter Basta.
Vermont and eastern New York offer plenty of waters that produce good quality habitat for trout and other cool water fish. From small mountain streams to gently flowing rivers, the waters are quite varied. Brook, Brown and Rainbow trout are present, with the fisheries being both wild and stocked fish. The trout season runs from May until October.
Join Peter on the famous Battenkill and other local streams. He focuses on five major watersheds in the region, all within a 1 hour drive from Manchester, VT. These small to medium-sized streams contain wild trout or a mixture of wild and stocked fish. The Taconic region streams offer the best opportunity to fish for wild trout in New England. Many times he fishes both the NY and Vermont sections of watersheds.
Based on availability in 2019.
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