The North Country

New York’s North Country is home to thousands of lakes and ponds, hundreds of mile of rivers and streams, and millions of acres of spectacular rugged forest. This vast region offers a wide variety of trip options for many different species of fish.

Hike into a mountain pond and fly cast to rising brook trout. Paddle down remote flows in search of bass and pike. Or spend a couple days exploring the large lakes, rivers, and bays, casting and relaxing aboard a fully outfitted Lund fishing boat, returning at twilight to a well furnished camp or lodge.

Spring, summer, fall, and winter. Your own sense of adventure and expectation determines where and how you will fish. Northern pike, muskellunge, walleye, smallmouth bass, brook trout, lake trout, landlock salmon, splake, rainbow trout, and abundant panfish can all be found.

Guiding in the North Country — from the expansive bays of the St. Lawrence River to the heart of the Adirondack Mountains — is a trade steeped in history and tradition. The beautiful scenery, local hospitality, and quality fisheries have combined to create remarkable and memorable guided adventures for fishing parties in the region for well over a century. 

Beginners and young adults welcome.

Rustic lodging, lakeside cabins, luxury Inns, and abundant campsites are available for extended vacations.