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I've never had the chance to fish this river, but I can get away for a couple of days this week and maybe next. Does anybody have info, just enough to get a guy started? E.g. better to fish the lower or upper part of the river? Really, I'm just looking for a spot to park my car and just spend an entire day walking the river.

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This time of year there will probably be more fish and people upriver. There are 2 fly zones up there, both of which can be a zoo.

There is a pay to fish area on the lower river called the douglaston run that has some good swing water and will have the freshest fish.

Overall there is just 13 miles of river with tons of access, all of which will be obvious if you grab a map.
 

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Thanks for all the help.

One question: where do you buy fishing licenses in NY? I'm assuming it's the same as in Canada (i.e. pretty much any corner store close to a river sells them) but I thought I'd ask.
 

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keep the swing tight--the only time this river isnt filled with loogans is christmas eve:Eyecrazy:
 
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