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Autumn has arrived right on schedule with a chill in the air and light frosts in the higher elevations; in many houses wisps of smoke from chimneys and furnaces were visible in the early dawning … more
After receiving a summer’s worth of rain in just a couple of days, trout fishers are out on the rivers again. Many old-timers looked forward to a rising river to try their luck, knowing that … more
When most people think of fly fishing, it is dry fly-fishing that comes to mind.  Despite the three other methods of fly-fishing, namely wet fly, nymph and streamer fishing, for which no … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY –– The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced a new feature for their smart phone app. “The Tackle Box” allows users to … more
ROSCOE –– Field & Stream magazine recently published an article called the “5 Best Towns for Trout Fishing in the U.S.” which highlighted towns from California and … more
It has been a wonderful summer weekend here in the Catskills – warm and sunny with no rain after the deluges of last week – enough dry days to make hay and catch up on all those outdoor … more
This past weekend, the second weekend in July, had to be the best weekend of the year! The weather was just perfect for outdoor activities – warm sun with cooling breezes and no rainstorms to … more
STANLEY, IDAHO – When Alec Milucky signed up to work at the Sawtooth Fish Hatchery in Stanley, Idaho this summer, he also wanted to wet his line in the many great fishing spots out … more
Bailey Williams of Watertown, NY fishing on the Black River at Dexter Marsh in Jefferson County while kayak fishing caught a channel catfish on May 8th. He was bottom fishing using white perch as cut … more
Ray Scott the founder of the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.) passed away at age 88. Scott founded the first national professional bass fishing circuit, the Bassmaster Tournament Trail in … more
On Memorial Day Weekend, a rendezvous of fly-tiers and fly-fishing memorabilia took place in DeBruce, not far from the famed junction of the Mongaup and Willowemoc Creeks. The new Davidson’s … more
It’s mid-May, a most wonderful time of year. Trout fishing is heating up, turkey hunting season is in full swing, wild apple/pear and plum trees are blossoming in abundance; and for those who … more
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