Beaverkill Covered Bridge Fishing and History | Monday, October 12, 10 AM

Come cast into the fabled pool that was a favorite of Theodore Gordon. The event leader, Philip Eggleton, is an experienced fly fisherman. While you’re there, learn some of the history of the famous Beaverkill covered bridge.
The trout here are experienced and selective, so a stealthy approach will be suggested.

Fly fishing rods and reels are available, its suggested to bring your own gear. Enjoy the foliage on the trip.

Fishing license required to fish in New York state.

Dogs must be leashed.

Group size is limited to 6, so register early by filling out the form at the bottom of the page. Last day to register is October 11.

For more information or to cancel, contact Phil at ttags2@gmail.com or (845) 665-9521.

Directions:  From Roscoe-Old route 17 to Route 206. After 2.5 miles turn right onto Beaverkill Rd. After 2 miles turn right across the iron bridge, destination is on the left in 3 miles.