Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Freshwater

Fishing Far and Fine

Fishing Far and Fine: At this time of year many New England trout streams are running extremely low and clear. Which is especially true for those with smaller watersheds. As a result the trout fishing is often very challenging. The … Continue reading

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The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum

The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum: In the previous post, we visited Roscoe, NY -Trout Town USA. Well nearby, on old route 17 in Livingston Manor, is another spot you’ll want to check out.  The Catskill Fly Fishing Center … Continue reading

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Roscoe NY: Trout Town USA

Roscoe NY: Trout Town USA   Been up in the Catskills for a few days. Naturally I had to swing into Roscoe NY: Trout Town USA. Ever been there? If not you’re missing out. Considered by many to be the birthplace … Continue reading

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The Joe Brooks Documentary Trailer

The Joe Brooks Documentary Trailer: In July of 2015 I told you about the efforts underway to document the life of legendary angler Joe Brooks. Joe is often called the father of modern fly-fishing, and for good reason. He is … Continue reading

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Making and Storing a Euro-nymph Leader

Making and Storing a Euro-nymph Leader: I mentioned awhile ago, that I purchased a 10-foot Scott Radian 4-weight fly rod, to use mainly for euro-nymphing. And along with it, I’ve been making and storing euro-nymph leaders to suit this angling … Continue reading

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