Book-New York Flyfishing Guide by Robert Streeter. Mention New York and most people think: concrete, sirens, and yellow cabs. This is true of a small area, however the Empire State also includes big woods, wonderful rivers, crystal-clear lakes, and great fishing. In this book Rob shares: the state's moving and still waters; species you'll encounter; access; fly plates, histories of the famed waters of American fly-fishing pioneers Theodore Gordon and Lee Wulff; general regulations; effective presentations; extensive list of resources; and more. New York State fishing has a fascinating history, spectacular surroundings, and varied fisheries, if you are fortunate enough to live or visit there, let this book be your guide. 114 page Paperback edition. 8.5 x 11 inch format.