NEWCOMB - The Nature of Fly Fishing is a series hosted by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry's (ESF) Adirondack Interpretive Center the second Saturday of each month through October.
The series will combine fishing-related natural history and cultural content with fly-fishing excursions at the Interpretive Center and on the Huntington Wildlife Forest, a 15,000-acre private research and educational property at the Interpretive Center.
Planned events include:
July 9 - Fishing for Insights about Weather with Central New York meteorologist Dave Eichorn
Advance registration is mandatory and participation will be on a first-paid, first-reserved basis. There is a fee of $25 per person for each session; members of the Adirondack Park Institute may register for $15. A limited supply of fly-fishing gear packages are available for participants to rent the day of a program. Gear rental is $15.