Try some ‘shifty’ angling this summer

Take most any summer early morning or evening on the Chenango, Otselic or Unadilla rivers, or the larger streams such as the Butternut, Wharton, lower Canasawacta and Genegantslet creeks, and the odds of catching fish are much better than some might think. The better action is primarily the result of the sun not yet boring almost straight down into the normally summer-shrunken waters, a period when fish scurry to find shade and security, and are less interested in feeding.

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