Thursday, January 13, 2011

flowing alongside state route 415 is a fly-fisherman's dream waters

The Conhocton River, the original Native American name for "log floating in the water," meanders through the countryside, and off Interstate 390, in the Southern Tier. The river  is a tributary of the Chemung River. It is a gathering place for fly-fishermen from all over the country. Actually, it has been a best kept secret of locals until more recently when the word has gotten out.
You might want to check out this website:
and you will get more information about fly-fishing in the area, and a local supply shop that may serve your needs.