Opening day of another trout season is upon us, an annual rite of passage, and time to put winter behind us no matter what the weather might be.
From all indications 2017 was a very good year for trout fishing the Esopus; thus I’m still excited to continue to wander it as long as I can.
With the first of April comes April Fools’ Day and the beginning of another trout season. For many an angler, me included, this day marks a rite of passage no matter what local weather or stream conditions may be.
Unlike opening day, there are no more tomorrows, no more redoes nor reruns, no more second chances; it’s now or never
June 30, 2015 — Saw Kill Creek, plus: I think over the many years that I’ve wandered these Catskills I have learned
We Homo sapiens love our rituals. Beginning with myths of cavemen clubbing their women over the head to tribal dances