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The week ahead in fly fishing: May 15, 2107

Mother’s Day is upon us. For the male anglers out there, this was not the weekend to hit the water, perhaps, at best, a few hours. 1,715 more words

The week ahead in fly fishing: April 24, 2107

The last few weeks have been a roller coaster of high water events. The Southern Tier has certainly received a lot of rain, and in combination with saturated ground from previous snow melt, local creeks, streams, and rivers have all been full to overflowing. 2,088 more words

Is Today A Good Day To Go Fishing

If you’re anything like me, you relate other values to fishing than just catching a fish.

Like for example spending time outdoors, enjoying the nature and beautiful scenery. 26 more words


The week ahead in fly fishing: March 27, 2107

The traditional opener of trout fishing is less than a week away. After throwing a late winter curve ball that blanketed the Southern Tier with up to 3 feet of snow, Mother Nature’s reversal could make local creeks, streams, and rivers swollen and moving for Saturday’s opening day. 1,248 more words

The week ahead in fly fishing: March 13, 2107

March continues to roar of winter, even with the official start of spring less than two weeks away. After a warm spell last week, temps again dropped to single digit lows Friday night and have carried on through the weekend. 1,989 more words

The week ahead in fly fishing: March 6, 2107

March officially came in like a lamb. With a high of 60 degrees and a low of 47, there was no doubt in the way March opened. 1,511 more words

In like a lamb - a Preview on March Fly Fishing

March is a transition month for fishermen, particularly fly fishermen. It is a month when (traditionally) the snow melt starts in the Southern Tier, creeks and streams pick up that wonderful run-off green color, and on sunny days, a few bugs, mainly little black stoneflies, begin to flutter clumsily about. 1,303 more words