The Maryland Chapter Trout Unlimited is hosting Larry Coburn, co-author of “Guide to Maryland Trout Fishing” who will give a presentation on steelhead fishing in New York State. The meeting is Wednesday, October 21, 2009. It starts at 7:30 P.M. in the Odd Fellows Hall at 511 York Road, next door to Set’s Sport Shop.
Larry is a landowner on Trout Brook, a tributary to the Salmon River in New York. Larry will share his knowledge of the area and tips on how catch these magnificent fish.
The Salmon River, a half day’s drive from Baltimore, flows through the old town of Pulaski. The Salmon River is a tailwater and flows are controlled by Mohawk Power Company. There are two main tributaries to the Salmon below the dam, Trout Brook and Orwell Brook.
Upstate New York/Salmon River is a fishing mecca. There are miles of rivers and streams to fish and plenty of fish to fish for. Steelhead fishing is great in late fall and early spring.