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The week ahead in fly fishing: July 16, 2017

Water, water everywhere continues to be the theme for 2017. The past week was another turbulent one, weather-wise. Although the heavy rains seemed to hit some locations and bypass others, the effect local creeks, streams, and rivers was pronounced. 1,679 more words

The week ahead in fly fishing: July 9, 2017

We are solidly in summer, now. Corn is getting higher in the fields and this year’s fawns are growing by the day and soon will lose their spots. 1,744 more words

The week ahead in fly fishing: June 5, 2017

We are now wading into June, the month of Father’s Day, Flag Day, and the Summer Solstice. The mayflowers are adorning roadsides and stream banks alike with their white and purple, mayflies and caddis are now hatching with the regularity that anglers can count on, pastures are getting the first cutting of hay, and if you look closely enough, corn is starting to break out of the ground in places. 1,990 more words

The week ahead in fly fishing: May 29, 2017

Memorial Day weekend, the traditional gateway to summer, is now past and gone. It’s the first three day weekend in the New Year for many anglers, and a chance to hit the water, for at least a few hours if not a day or two. 1,570 more words

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

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