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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
Saturday evening’s torrential downpours and thunderstorms took center stage, wreaking havoc in many places across the county. As we drove along the Willowemoc on Sunday morning, the water was … more
What a difference a week makes! At last writing, the end of June, our rivers and streams were quite low and warm, and fishing was limited-to-non-existent in the free-flowing waters. Then July came … more
The end of June brought a record-breaking heat wave all across the country, and the month ended with area rivers and streams at below average flows and high temperatures. The Beaverkill at Cooks … more
Our rivers and streams rose briefly above the average flow last Tuesday but dropped back down quickly. On Sunday afternoon the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was flowing at about 129 cubic feet per … more
    The Summer Solstice, June 21, the longest day of the year, is a day that is celebrated all across the globe. Here in the Catskill mountains the month of June is special – … more
Our rivers and streams have been low, despite the rain showers we received over the weekend. On Monday morning, June 14, 2021, the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was flowing at just 213 cubic feet per … more
Columnist Judy Van Put reflects on past experiences on the river. more
Recently we were reminiscing with fishing friends about how fortunate we are to live in a water-rich area; most of our small towns were built near waterways, enabling us to enjoy a variety of fishing … more
We often get asked from out-of-town friends “which week or month is the best time to come up to fish?” We've boiled down our response to “if you had to choose a best time, figure on the last … more
The third full week in May was warm and summery in comparison with the beginning of the month - suddenly the frosts of just a week back seem like a distant memory. On Monday morning the … more
Area streams and rivers were still a bit high last week due to the days of rain, however, flows are starting to recede to below the average level. A check of the USGS website showed that the … more
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