Inside the border of New York State's Adirondack Park, there is a sweep of forest, mountains, rivers and lakes designated in the state constitution as Forever Wild. I guide a slate of year-round activities in the region.

Winter's grip may still be strong, but it's time to start thinking about spring, and early fly fishing for trout. My home water is the West Canada Creek, but I will also be working on the legendary Ausable River near Lake Placid. Once the snow has melted, I'll also guide backcountry hikes and mountain climbs.

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--John Naresky