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Fly Fishing

Hooks and Brooks Guide Service offers a variety of fly fishing and light tackle trips.   Long Island has some great fishing on its famous rivers and lakes.  The Connetquot and Nissequogue Rivers are renowned for their trout fishing.  These former private sportsman's clubs are now New York State Park Preserves and are teaming with Brook, Brown and Rainbow Trout.  These parks offer a taste of an era gone by.  They are fly fishing only waters, and require advance reservations.


Long Island's other rivers, lakes and ponds, although not as widely known, also offer great fishing.  Some still have native Brook Trout.  Long Island lakes have some great hatches and offer an opportunity to catch some quality trout.  Other species are available in season.  Please call to find out when your favorite fish are biting!

Fish the legendary waters of the Catskills.  Wade trips on the Beaverkill, Willowemoc and the other rivers.  The great hatches and the beautiful surrounding mountains make this part of New York a great place to fish!  

Fly Fishing

  • Long Island Rivers and Lakes

  • Catskill Waters

  • Delaware River System

  • Saltwater Fly Fishing on Long Island

  • Lessons also available- Fresh and Salt

  • Gift Certificates available

  • 631-589-0065


Salt Water Fly Fishing

With the Atlantic Ocean, Long Island Sound, and numerous bays and estuaries, Long Island is a fly fisher's dream. Stripers, Blues, Weakfish, and Albies can be targeted as well as other species like Fluke.


Fly Fishing Lessons

Regardless of your fishing experience or skills, you are sure to benefit from Mark's expert advice and instruction. 

Mark Malenovsky can design a program for the complete novice who does not know a roll cast from a false cast right up to the experienced fly fisher who would like to improve his or her skills and learn new techniques.  

Fly fishing is one of the best ways to enjoy being in the great outdoors!  Don't Wait! Learn to fly fish and get out and enjoy what nature has to offer!


Our Fly Fishing classes thoroughly cover:

· Proper selection of gear and their uses ·
· Knot tying · Casting techniques ·

· Proper presentation of your fly · Reading the water ·
Understanding the fish · Identifying aquatic insects ·
· Fly selection · Proper catch & release methods ·

· Fishing ethics · Stream etiquette

·Gift certificates available


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