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Ski Reports are hosted by Winterheat.net and audio report is put together by the Ski Areas of New York. The report is made up from Winterheat.net favorite Ski Resorts with the help of I Ski New York combines them into one audio report.  Get the most up to date ski conditions for Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont by listening to the MP3 Audio Ski Report for Monday March 22, 2015 by Clicking Here



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PA Fish & Boat Commission Biologist Report - North Branch Susquehanna River, Bradford and Susquehanna Counties - 2016 Catfish Survey
The 2016 Catfish survey took place in two different reaches of the river. The first reach extended from Ulster upriver to the Pennsylvania/New York border at Sayre.
Mon, 29 August 2016, 5:29
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Mid Current Video Hatch: ?Rogues in Bavaria?
This short film from Matthias Bucholz features great footage from fly fishing southern Germany.
Mon, 29 August 2016, 3:35
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Mid Current Tippets: Guide Rigging Secrets, North 40 Magazine, Freshwater Fish of America
Guides and veteran anglers learned long ago that small things add up on the water. In a recent post, Ben Duchesney writes about guide secrets for preparing and rigging for spending time on the water. ?Instead of repeating the same … more
Mon, 29 August 2016, 2:17
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Mid Current How to Tie a Cinnamon Flying Ant
Tim Flagler shows how to tie a hi-vis Cinnamon Flying Ant in this week’s featured tying video.   Terrestrials are a great choice during the waning hatches of late summer and early fall.  This pattern is fun to both tie …
Sun, 28 August 2016, 3:52
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Mid Current The Philosophic Connection of Fishing and Science
Dartmouth astrophysicist Marcelo Gleiser has written a new book, The Simple Beauty of the Unexpected: A Natural Philosopher’s Quest for Trout and the Meaning of Everything, arguing that angling and science are connected by their imaginative possibilities and the unknown. … more
Sun, 28 August 2016, 1:51
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Hatches Magazine Six Thousand Flies
by Russ Forney and Tim Scott How long does it take to tie 6,000 flies? Grab a calculator and run the numbers: tying at a sustained rate of 10 flies per hour for 15 hours a day, you would need 40 days to tie that many flies. If you bumped production to 15 flies an hour, you could s
Sat, 27 August 2016, 5:06
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Hatches Magazine CDC Paraloop Mayfly Emerger
by John Terje Refsahl Hook: tmc 2487 #14Body: two pieces of antron yarn, wovenThorax: alpakka dubbingParaloop: cdc paraloop AdsenseThe paraloop is made with cdc on this one, but i also sometimes combines both cdc and ordinary hackle when making the paraloop. The cdc soft
Sat, 27 August 2016, 5:06
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Hatches Magazine The Alaska Chronicles Excerpt
by Miles Nolte We have a unique group in camp this week. The ringleader and financier (we'll call him Jake) has been fishing up here with Ken for fifteen years, since this place was only four tents and two guides. Jake is a very wealthy individual who runs a successful
Sat, 27 August 2016, 5:06
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Hatches Magazine Still a Place for Tradition - Hackling Mayflies
by Dave Wiltshire I am a fan of the parachute hackle. Easy to tie, durable, lands correctly and with an effective footprint as well. To be honest, most of my hackled dry flies now sport the parachute. On the small streams I tend to fish in the UK, if t
Sat, 27 August 2016, 5:06
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Hatches Magazine Eyes for Tying
by Russ Forney Winter is fly tying season in northeastern Wyoming. As fresh snow piles up behind the garage and mercury shivers in the thermometer, I am filling boxes and bins with flies for the coming year. The short days and long, cold nights are tailor-made to fly tying; with a c
Sat, 27 August 2016, 5:06
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