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We've just completed the first full week in April, and it seems as though each spring day brought a new gift - the cheerful greetings of songbirds each morning; the first buds of the red maple, … more
April 4, 2021 We awoke to an inch of snow on Thursday morning, April 1, Opening Day of the trout fishing season. The balmy sunny weather of the previous week had disappeared, and it was snowing … more
Spring has arrived! To celebrate along with the official start of the trout fishing season, the Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum will be opening to the public after a three-month winter hiatus. … more
Some fishing is said to be better than others, but from this trout fisher's view, there is no such thing as “bad” fishing! From time to time when meeting and getting to know someone, the question … more
The Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was recorded as flowing at 108 cubic feet per second on Sunday afternoon, which is below the average flow of 122 cfs over 107 years of record-keeping. The river has … more
With the chilly nights we've experienced this past week there is no doubt it's the changing of the seasons - the official end of summer and beginning of autumn. And with it brings better fishing, … more
The levels of our rivers and streams have remained above the average flow for the past couple of weeks and water temperatures are favorable, in the 60s - exactly the type of September fishing … more
We decided to take a drive down the Beaverkill to check out the fishing conditions but didn't see a single angler in the stream, which was high and discolored. However, upon reaching Junction Pool in … more
A few days of heavy rain showers have added some welcome volume to our rivers and streams, unusual for the end of August. Midday on Sunday August 30 the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was flowing at 712 … more
Heading into the last full week of August, with an extra weekend before the (unofficial) end of summer vacation, Labor Day weekend, our rivers and streams have been in good shape, with slightly above … more
Last week's heavy deluges brought our rivers and streams up to and above flood level, and succeeded in lowering water temperatures; however, by mid-day Sunday the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was … more
We are still dealing with in the Dog Days of Summer. Last week, although temperatures were warm, river levels were above the average flow all week; this past week through Sunday, August 2, the … more
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