The Kind Of Fly Fishing You Only Dream About.

The Salmon River is nestled in Pulaski, NY. It is surrounded by many of the other smaller tributaries of Lake Ontario. There is no other place in the Eastern United States where you can have the unique opportunity to catch trophy sized King & Coho Salmon, Steelhead and Brown Trout. Those opportunities are generally only reserved for trips to New Zealand and Alaska. You can have your own dream trip within just a few hours drive from all of the major cities along the East Coast like Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.

Trophy Sized Fish

Ever dream of having latching on to a 30lb King Salmon? Guess What? It’s even better than you think! The Salmon River in Pulaski, NY gives you the triple threat of King, Coho and the rare Atlantic Salmon as well as Majestic Steelhead and Brown Trout.

Guide Profile

I have been fishing & guiding on the Salmon River and its surrounding tributaries for a number of years, specializing in Spey fishing and Fly fishing.  I have been an instructor at the Orvis Spey Casting School in the Gaspe, Quebec.  On our trip you’ll learn the tips and techniques that have taken years to acquire so you can catch these World Class fish on your own.  You’ll learn how to read water and recognize fish habitat, right down to fly selection and terminal rigging.  You will receive 100% of my attention during our time on the water. My policy is to focus on the client and I do not fish when I am guiding. “One of the best parts of being a fishing guide is teaching. Being able to help others learn the sport is extremely satisfying.”

A Fly Angler's Dream

There is no place in the Eastern US that offers this type of opportunity. From the picturesque Salmon River to the trophy catches. You will never forget your experience with PGS.

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