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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-03-2016, 04:59 AM Thread Starter
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Roscoe NY. Anyone familiar with?

Hello. Nest weekend I'm heading down to NJ to visit family and I always drive through Roscoe NY (Trout town USA), but never fish. It always looks amazing, but I'm not sure about any swinging water. Have any of you experience at this location? I've researched a little, but seems to be mostly 1 hand flyfishing. Just looking to swing a half day. Thanks!!
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The D is big water, there are plenty of places to swing a fly. Check with Beaverkill Angler for more info. Great guys.
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Hey Chromex
Give me a call...Ill dial you in with info perfectly for 1/2 days swinging

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You can certainly swing the Beaverkill for trout. I used to "kill'em" there (and throughout that entire system) swinging/twitching woolybuggers on a five or six weight switch rod.

The big Delaware is a good choice too... Done some nice ones on that river...
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Thanks guys!! Appreciate it. David. I'll give you a call mid week. I'm going to wait n see how the weather is.
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