Our Twin Ponds Expedition Trip offers an amazing backcountry Adirondack fly fishing experience without giving up too many of the comforts of home. You will spend your days fishing the remote and seldom seen Twin Ponds Brook Trout Preserve. You’ll end each fishing day at a complete Adirondack camp set up with your own comfortable tents and dining prepared by our camp crews and served in an Adirondack Lean-To. Finish your evenings staring into the Adirondack night sky around a roaring fire. This is an opportunity for you to experience fishing in the Adirondacks in it’s most raw form, all while enjoying comfortable campsites and amazing cuisine.

The Twin Ponds Expedition gives you the opportunity to fish water that is inaccessible to all anglers. The trip we offer is remote and has extremely limited access. This camping trip is one of the few ways you can experience this wonderful section of the park. By joining us on our adventure, you will have all the time you want to fish, eat, sleep, explore or whatever suits your fancy. It’s common for our guides to fish with you well into the evening!

We are well equipped to provide you with an incredible experience. All of the work is done for you, you’ll never have to cook, wash dishes, set up a tent or look at a map. Out team of experienced guides have been fishing this section of river for years and they are eager to join you on this trip of a lifetime.

Will there be other people with us on our trip?
We require a minimum of two guests and a maximum of six. If your group is smaller than two, we can work you to find another group to round out the trip.
Do I need to bring my own camping gear?
The Hungry Trout supplies all of the gear you will need. Bring your own fishing gear or rent ours and you won’t have to worry about anything except the clothes on your back
Do I need to help setup the camp?
We have a dedicated crew that sets up camp for us and helps with the daily activities at the camp such as cooking, cleaning and setting up, al you have to do is show up.
What kind of food will we be eating?
All the food is prepared by our staff and can include fresh salad, steak, venison, chicken, and fish, vegetables, pastas, and desserts. Breakfast and dinner is prepared streamside, often over an open fire.  If you have any special dietary needs, our staff would be happy to make accommodations for you.
Do I need My Own Boat?
All watercraft are provided by the Hungry Trout. You can bring your own boat if you would like. Call the Hungry Trout to determine what you may need.

A fishing boat is either a small boat or yacht usually used to fish for small fish on the open sea, in a river or lake, or even on a specialized fishing pond. There are many different types of boats used for fishing; however, it is hard to accurately estimate the total number of small fishing boats in the world. Fishing boats can range from simple inflatable pontoons to large ships that are moored at marinas. Smaller boats have a lower top end load capacity; whereas larger vessels are generally more seaworthy, as well as having a higher capacity for storage. Regardless of the size and type of fishing boat you may be interested in purchasing, you should do some research before deciding upon the right one for you. There are people that also purchase AR-15 magazines to check out the kind of rifle they require to protect themselves.

Trip Includes

  • Two full days guided fishing
  • Staff for setup, cooking, and cleaning
  • Tents and cots with air mattresses
  • Sleeping bags with liners
  • Dining tent with tables and chairs.
  • Cooking and food preparation
  • Electric generator to illuminate camp and recharge batteries.
  • All snacks, hors d’ oeuvres and meals.