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Rising Stars cabaret to support performing arts HONESDALE, PA — The promising talent of Honesdale Performing Arts students will be showcased at the first annual Friends of Operetta Night of … more
According to my fly-fishing diary, the last time I went to West Yellowstone, MT, was during the late summer of 2002. At that time, with the exception of late-morning trico hatches, most of the mayfly and caddis activity was over, and the eagerly awaited blue-winged olive hatches had not begun. more
Go fly a kite at SUNY Sullivan LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — It’s been 30 years of kite-related fun. And after a pandemic-related hiatus, the Kite Festival is back.This year, the … more
In the last three or four years, the years I’ve written about fly fishing for the River Reporter, there have been columns about most of the important mayfly species that hatch from Catskill … more
ROSCOE, NY — On February 26, the Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum (CFFCM) held Fly Fest 2022, its annual rite of passage as the frigid grasp of winter starts to thaw, bringing forth … more
A river can be a strange, yet beguiling, mistress, drawing us in with its charm and potential reward, much like a beautiful woman. A river can be elusive one day and generous the next. A river can … more
‘Grease’ is the word at Honesdale High School HONESDALE, PA — Dust off a leather jacket, pull on bobby-socks and take a trip to a simpler time during the Honesdale High School … more
It was about 9 p.m. on a late April evening when the Old Man called. Ginger, my Brittany spaniel, was snoozing on the rug by my feet. Every time the Old Man’s number appeared on my caller … more
The Yellowstone River begins as a tributary to Yellowstone Lake, southwest of the Absaroka mountain range in Yellowstone National Park. Upon leaving Yellowstone Lake, the river joins the Missouri … more
The holiday cheer has depleted, like many blow-up snowmen scattered across front yards everywhere. The cold has now settled in, just as part-timers settle into their pool chairs in … more
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Sometime in early 1978, I received a call from my friend and fisheries associate, Ed Van Put, letting me know that Joan and Lee Wulff had purchased the old Doubleday property on the upper Beaver … more
Columnist Tony Bonavist wins OWAA award NARROWSBURG, NY — Anthony Bonavist, who writes the “Ramblings of a Catskill Fly Fisher” column for the River Reporter, has just won third … more
These are Boyar’s remarks as he introduced Peter Kolesar at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum’s ceremony on October 30. The center named its newest Hall of Fame members and … more
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With summer on the wane, and fall just a few short weeks, away, the little blue-winged olive mayfly hatches are beginning in earnest on most Catskill rivers. I actually saw the first emergence in … more
As most of you know, if you have followed this column since its inception, I’ve a been a big fan of the Rusty Spinner dry fly. In fact, I wrote a column about the fly for the June 15 edition … more
Cut flower, design workshop at Farm Arts DAMASCUS, PA — Learn about popular flower varieties, new trends, seed sourcing and more at Willow Wisp Organic Farm on Saturday, August 21 from 9 … more
When I was in high school, my friend Tony and his father had a routine when it came to outdoor sports. Fortunately, they included me in that routine. When trout season opened, we fished for trout … more
My notes reveal that there had been no fishing since June 30, so it was time to go to the river. Since my friend, Rod, left for Montana on July 6 to chase trout around the “Big Sky,” … more
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