Welcome To Papa Bear's Outdoors
Here on the northern slopes of the Adirondacks life is good and getting better! We are blessed with some of the best WILD trout fishing in the nation.
The ice cold rivulets of the High Peaks region combine to form crystal clear, trout infested, streams and rivers. Natural fertilizers (Moo) and limestone outcroppings make the waters nutrient rich and ph balanced. The result is rivers with incredible bio mass. Schools of minnows and crayfish dart in front of your feet as you wade. Fly hatches occur all day and often take on biblical proportions. All three species of trout are present, but up here the Brown is top dog. German Von Bears and Loch Lavens can trace their lineage from the Bavarian Alps and Scottish Highlands, to the nations first fish hatchery at Caledonia, NY. In a region blessed with incredible trout fishing; we are proud to offer access and lodging at the nerve center. Like an old fashioned ADK camping trip with upgrades is how I describe a trip with us. A cornucopia of wild birds serenade you each morning as you lay in your bunk awaiting the smell of fresh coffee. You are seated 30 feet from the river, in front of a roaring fire, as you enjoy that steaming mug, plotting a strategy to defeat the vermit trout.
You work your buttocks off on a river that is the equivalent of a U.S. Open golf course; it will challenge every skill you posses. Resident Evil is the thriving population of wild trout that lurk in shadowy places. These ancient strain browns gorge themselves on the bonanza of forage and their bodies often exhibit Orca like proportions. Many are on the cusp of how big freestone trout can grow. These wild fish move around a lot and nothing can be overlooked, it changes daily. Nymphing is a critical skill here, bring plenty. After the fish and the river have kicked your (vehicle that Jesus drove), you will slink back to camp. You peel off your armor and within 5 minutes your in front of a nice fire, with a cold beverage, licking your wounds. Soon the sounds and smells of the wood fired gourmet meal I am preparing reach you. You become sedate and relaxed as your stomach awaits stuffing. After this orgy of food we will gather in front of the fire recanting the day and tales of yore. As you snuggle into your crib the soothing sounds of the river carry you off to meet the Sandman……
This is a very remote and pristine location yet you are near civilization. You are located close to many of the best trout streams in the state and new challenges abound nearby. Streams and rivers of all sizes allow for options no matter what mother nature throws at you. Trout thrive here and inhabit nearly everything that has water. It is a super spot to nurture younger anglers interest for trout fishing and nature. Speaking of nature, it surrounds and sometimes lands on you. Many non threatening animals make their homes here and squadrons of migratory song birds find this the perfect spot to nest. The birdwatching is off the chart. With this being one of the earliest settled regions in the country many heritage strains of fauna may be found here. The regional architecture displays the history of our nation. Antiques are hidden away throughout the area and you never know what one might find at the garage sales that spring up roadside. Championship golf, a full casino and the hiking trails of the High Peaks region are all close, so there is something for everyone! I could go on but I think you get the picture. We tailor each trip to fit you and your needs. Think of this like having a grandpa in the mountains, he is going to do his best to see that you have a good time. I look forward to hearing from you and seeing if we can put you in the picture.
Thanks for visiting our website and hope to see you at our stream side site. PLEASE call with any questions.
Your friend - Papa Bear
Contact Wayne Richardson for availability:
Email: email@example.comLearn more
Imagine taking your kids on their very first trout fishing adventure, and nothing caught was under 16 inches...
Papa Bear gets into a real stream-side heater in this classic video from May of 2009. "One after another" doesn't even begin to tell the story...
NYS Guide Rich Garfield and client successfully land a beautiful 17" trout at Papa Bear's Adirondack Retreats, August 2010