July 31, 2012
A trout in the hand, always beats a dozen in the stream. Small native brook trout, which can be found in most Adirondack streams, offer anglers a bonanza of scenery, seclusion and good sport when the larger rivers become too warm to fish.
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Notes from the North Woods
The heat of the summer has descended upon the Adirondacks, delivering temperatures that have soared well above 80 degrees.