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Whether you call them patterns or (in the new vernacular) recipes, things change with fly fishing and fly-tying nomenclature over time—only the natural flies and trout stay the same. One of the … more
Happening this week in arts and leisure: February 13 to 19 more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Artist, filmmaker, designer and shopkeeper Claire Coleman passed away suddenly in January due to a complication from breast cancer. The Catskill Art Society (CAS) is … more
Back in 2017, the EPA looked at how climate change could force social change. It could “affect human health, infrastructure and transportation systems, as well as energy, food and water … more
A long time ago, when I started to fly fish and began the process of weaning off worms, Mepps Spinners, assorted lures and baits, I adopted the standard up-and-across-stream practice of casting my … more
One could legitimately ask, why would fly fishers want to fish a reservoir? But yes, the title is correct. This piece is about the Pepacton Reservoir and the possibilities it offers fly … more
What's new in health: January 2 to 8, 2020 more
REGIONAL — The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced that more than 1,300 boats were used in 2019 through its recreational boating program in the Catskills, … more
The year in marijuana in New YorkGov. Andrew Cuomo wanted the legislature to legalize the recreational use of marijuana as part of the budget process in 2019. But, in March, he indicated that it … more
NEW YORK CITY, NY — Genting Group announced on December 17 the appointment of Bob DeSalvio, a 40-year veteran of the gaming industry, as president of Genting New York State, where he will … more
HARRIS, NY — The Aktion Club of Sullivan County recently visited the Skilled Nursing Unit at Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC). They socialized with and serenaded the residents with … more
Into the wild A few days after settling into our new second home in the Catskills, we were walking on the river nearby when a massive eagle dipped its claws into the river with a splash, rising to … more
I stopped by the house today to drop off some books and pick up a few things. All the leaves were down and most had been washed away by the night’s rain. There were no tire marks in the drive … more
As most anglers that fish the Catskills soon learn, rainbow trout are not as widely distributed throughout the region as brown trout. However, that is changing. As far as stream fisheries go, … more
People watching in the country is frightfully more diverting than its city counterpart. For in the Catskills, whilst we are exposed to new faces all the time, the old faces—the … more
DEC proposes controversial fishing regulations more
What's going on in arts & culture October 17 to October 23 more
It seems that the debate about the relevance of different fly patterns, how they are tied and how well they function, continues as an age-old controversy. Every spring, with the opening of another … more
What's going on in arts & culture October 10 to October 16 more
Wayne Memorial Hospital announces the following births: Skylar Michael Miller was born on August 22 to Krystal Ulrichs and Jonathan Miller of Honesdale, PA. Maternal grandparents are Pamela and … more
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