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As Friday October 15 is the end of the regular trout season in New York State, it seems like a reasonable time to take a break from Streamside until springtime. 2021 brought lots of rain, as … more
Without a doubt, this has been one of the wettest summers in recent memory – as evidenced by the relatively poor vegetable and flower gardens that we and many of our friends have reported. We … more
Recently the Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum sponsored its 4th Annual Emerging Anglers Dinner to a sold-out crowd, honoring Jill Joyce for her years of “dedication and endless … more
This past weekend felt like a gift. Picture-perfect weather with blue skies and puffy white clouds, warm sun, the air cooled by gentle breezes, a great weekend to be out doing whatever needed to be … more
Area rivers and streams are all flowing at a higher-than-average level, and accompanied by good water temperatures, all bodes well for trout growth over this year. On Sunday afternoon, the … more
Recently we revisited the Battenkill, which we had not fished in a number of years, and were reminiscing at the familiar landmarks. One place in particular was noteworthy – near Shusham, where … more
It was a whirlwind week, beginning with Summerfest at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum last Saturday, August 21, where we had a table at the Vendors’ Market and enjoyed seeing many … more
It seems as though every year there are new books written about fly-fishing; the vast majority are “how-to” books with the authors proclaiming their own “best” methods on how … more
It sure is a relief to see temperatures in the 70s again after those mid-90-degree days we had last week! Fishing last week was challenging, with temperatures in the Beaverkill heading towards 80 … more
The first week of August was typical of August weather – pleasantly cool evenings and mornings, with warm sunny days and a bit of a breeze; no rain but a forecast for showers and thundershowers … more
Most of the last week in July brought picture-perfect weather –– with blue skies, cool breezes, warm summer sun –– a perfect antidote to the heat, humidity, heavy rains and … more
Area rivers and streams are slowly receding after a week of heavy rains, showers and thunderstorms. As of Sunday afternoon, July 25, the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was flowing at 551 cubic feet per … more
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