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Neversink River


Photo of the Neversink River at Port Jervis.

The Neversink River is 55 miles long and is considered the birthplace of fly fishing in the United States. The river begins in Sullivan County, New York. It flows through the mountains in Ulster County, where it forms the Neversink Reservoir owned by the City of New York. It meets the Delaware at Point Jervis, where the Tri-States Monument marks the meeting of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

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