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Canandaigua Lake TU 1One Fly Challenge (June 11th , 2016)

Canandaigua Lake TU 1One Fly Challenge (June 11th , 2016)

Canandaigua Lake Trout Unlimited will be hosting it’s annual 1One Fly Challenge on June 11th 2016 on the Cohocton River. This is a fun event for all skill levels of fly fisherman. More information and registration can be found on the Canandaigua Lake Trout Unlimited website at www.canandaigualaketu.org...
Seth Green – Founder of the Fish Hatchery

Seth Green – Founder of the Fish Hatchery

My parents recently shared a copy of the Epitaph with me.  Thanks Mom and Dad for thinking of me and passing on things “fishy”.  The Epitaph is an informative quarterly newsletter published by editor Richard Reisem and the Friends of the Mount Hope Cemetery.  The Summer edition showcased...
Hendrickson's Show Up At Oatka

Hendrickson's Show Up At Oatka

Yes,…. The Hendrickson Hatch is happening at Oatka Creek. I fished it twice in the past week with success. Hatches are coming off during the warmest part of the day in good numbers. Some fish are on the take but not all. j-hokkaido.com – homework help I was able to catch and release this...
Filed in: Oatka, Spring Brook
Tom Rosenbauer Coming to Orvis Rochester on March 22

Tom Rosenbauer Coming to Orvis Rochester on March 22

Rochester native, Tom Rosenbauer is coming to Orvis on March 22 to speak about fishing small streams. Presentation starts at 1pm with a Q&A to follow. Very cool opportunity at Orvis Rochester next week.  At 1pm on March 22 – Rochester native, 2011 Fly Rod and Reel Angler of the Year and Orvis...
Oatka Creek:  Dolomite Product Stone Quarry Permit Update

Oatka Creek: Dolomite Product Stone Quarry Permit Update

Recently, I published a post sharing concerns about future water quality on Oatka Creek.  The issue related to the Dolomite Product Stone Quarry DEC Permit.  Thanks to Tony Malagisi and various researchers, we now have an update.  It looks like this seasonal discharge/small expansion of...
Rainbow?

Rainbow?

With most of the inland streams blown out, I drove to a familiar creek that I was sure would be low (and clear!). It’s not often I get out alone, especially this time of year, but today I had the stream to myself! I got comfortable, tied on my favorite scud pattern, and second cast hooked a beautiful...
Filed in: New York, Spring Brook
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 up and the first hatchof the season to begin?  You go to one of Upstate NY’s most notable spring creeks.  One...
Filed in: New York, Spring Brook
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