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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
Recently, members of the New York State Outdoor Writers Association (NYSOWA) traveled to the Roscoe/Livingston Manor area for its four-day annual Spring Safari. Founded in 1967, the NYSOWA is a … more
It’s Summertime! Graduations have taken place, school is out, and life in the Catskills settles into a new mode. We certainly have been on a roller-coaster as far as weather and temperatures … more
This past week in an attempt to access a pool on the Willowemoc, it was very surprising to find that it was almost impossible to walk to the river on paths that are normally well-worn by this time of … more
Fishing conditions have improved, as our area rivers and streams received a welcome addition of water thanks to heavy rainfalls over the past several days. Previously, water levels had been below … more
It’s been a lovely month of May to be outdoors, with peaceful green vistas, the fragrance of the blooming flowers and the sweet sounds of the songbirds. Memorial Day weekend kicks off the … more
The Festival of the Founding Fish was celebrated this weekend in lively manner in the Delaware River communities of Port Jervis, Barryville, Narrowsburg, Cochecton, Callicoon and Hancock, with music, … 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
Trout fishers are being seen in increasing numbers on both the Willowemoc and Beaverkill, where water temperatures have been flirting around 50 degrees (up to 57 last Thursday), and flies are … more
It’s the glorious month of May! May Day dawned bright and sunny, with morning temperatures rising from frosty 30 degrees to a balmy 74-degree afternoon out on the sunny deck. The songs of the … more
Now in the last few days of April, fishing conditions on our area rivers and streams are a bit behind schedule; most likely due to the weather which, except for a few warm hours of sunshine, is still … more
Easter weekend dawned to sunny skies on Friday morning; beginning with the cheerful sounds of the songbirds at about 5:30 am. More colorful flowers were pushing their way out of the soil; the spring … more
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