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EAGLE LAKE | The status of Eagle Lake’s only public boat launch has residents fearful that they may not be able to fish or recreate on the lake in the ways to which they have become accustomed. Read more

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LONG LAKE | Fish have been stocked in Adirondack waters for a century, and while that’s good news for anglers, it means that genetically pure strains of native brook trout are all but gone. Read more

The Sun

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PULASKI, N.Y. | A team of hardcore Rutland-area anglers, including Don Chioffi, Nick Montello and Ron Larock, spent a day fishing on the Salmon River in Pulaski, N.Y., last week. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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The Bomoseen State Park Ice Fishing Festival was held last week along the icy shore of Lake Bomoseen. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | The New York state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is sending out a survey to anglers who purchased a freshwater fishing license this year. Read more

The Sun

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Rutland resident Don Chioffi will be happy to tell you the story behind how he caught this rainbow trout on the Deerfield River with Harrison Anglers Guide Service. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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TICONDEROGA – The anglers that come to southern Essex County for fishing tournaments pump $1.5 million into the local economy, a new study shows. Read more

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NYS Summer Classic Fishing Tournament via facebook

This summer anglers all across the state will be competing for their share of cash and prizes in the first annual NYS Summer Classic Fishing Tournament with a grand prize that could reach $250,000. Read more

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When New York State changed the black bass fishing regulations several years ago allowing anglers with a current NYS fishing license to fish for bass year round, I believe it opened up one of the most exciting freshwater angling opportunities... Read more

NCL Magazine

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Amelia Whalen, age 12, of Witherbee caught a record breaking freshwater drum from Lake Champlain in Essex County on June 4, 2016. Read more

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On March 6, 1998, then President Bill Clinton agreed with me and made Lake Champlain a sixth great lake. Unfortunately political grumbling occurred and 19 days later it was rescinded. Read more

NCL Magazine

LAKE PLACID — The nation’s best fly anglers will be returning to Lake Placid, Wilmington, Saranac Lake, Redford and Malone Wednesday, June 1 through June 4, for the U.S. National Fly Fishing Championships. Read more

The Sun

Spring is here, even though winter still says otherwise with some snow scattered around the area. Read more

Community Columnists

At the recent Salmon Symposium held in Willsboro, Shawn Gillilland opened the meeting stating that he wants to improve the Salmon fishing economy in town. Read more

Community Columnists

RAQUETTE LAKE — The 2016 Trout Power event will be held at Great Camp Sagamore in Raquette Lake on Father’s Day Weekend, June 16-19. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH — Professional bass fishing is not only a tremendous economic shot in the arm for the region, it is also a North Country tradition passed on from one generation to the next. Read more

The Sun

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The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department recently announced four new all-time state record fish taken during 2015. Read more

Community Columnists

As the ice fishing season finally gets underway, it may be an appropriate time to unveil the results of recent surveys that examined participation patterns and demographics surrounding outdoor recreation. Read more

Community Columnists

The season’s first ‘utilitarian snow finally arrived in the North Country, just in time for the New Year’s celebration. Read more

Community Columnists

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PLATTSBURGH — Madeleine Lyttle, Bill Ardren, and maybe others will make an appearance at the Clinton County Fairgrounds Conservation Building on Jan. 12 at 7 p.m. to discuss local salmon populations, invasive impacts and more. Read more

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