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Spring is almost here.

Spring is almost here.

The calendar says Spring is here.  Yet, most of the streams and rivers are not quite ready for prime time fly fishing.  So, where does one go when you are waiting for the water to warm...
Filed in: New York, Spring Brook
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Movie – Where The Yellowstone Goes

Movie – Where The Yellowstone Goes

A few months ago I came across the trailer for the documentary “Where The Yellowstone Goes”.  Having been in Yellowstone last Summer I was intrigued.  The trailer gave...
Filed in: Uncategorized
Fly Fishing Film Tour – 2012

Fly Fishing Film Tour – 2012

What: The Fly Fishing Film Tour Location: The Little Theater Date: September 12th, 2012 Time: 7 – 9 PM Admission: $15   Approximately 1 1/2 hours of short fly fishing...
Filed in: Uncategorized
Adirondack Vacation

Adirondack Vacation

Indian River ◄ Back Next...
Trout Power – ON!

Trout Power – ON!

  I have fished many rivers in New York State but I have only fished West Canada a few times.  The prospect of going back to West Canada for the Trout Power Tournament...
Filed in: Adirondacks, New York
Guys, Flies, and Pies – This Saturday!

Guys, Flies, and Pies – This Saturday!

Guys, Flies, & Pies What is it? Ever since Guys, Flies & Pies was started, it’s always been a tying party....
Filed in: Fly Tying
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Angler’s Workshop

Angler’s Workshop

If you live within driving distance of Rochester NY, we invite you to attend the Angler’s workshop on February 4th....
Filed in: Fly Tying, New York
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New York Public Fishing Rights

New York Public Fishing Rights

Craig and I decided we were going to take a couple hours and do some New Years Steelhead fishing.  We went to one of our...
Filed in: Lake Ontario, New York
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Spruce Creek PA

Spruce Creek PA

I friend of mine from church, Bryan Meck, invited me to fish with him, another friend and Byran’s father Charlie Meck.  He invited us to fish with him at the Spruce Creek Rod and...
Filed in: Pennsylvania
AuSable River – River of Sand

AuSable River – River of Sand

  I am not sure who named the AuSable river but if I were to take an educated guess it was probably a French explorer (Samuel de Champlain) or trapper who was facinated...
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