Blog Entries in January 2013

Submitted by Paula Piatt on Jan 08, 2013
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Ask some people and if they know (or care)\ they'll probably tell you I'm a trout fisherman – fly rod in hand, wading the small creeks and streams stalking the wild brookie.Shhh. Don't tell anyone...I think pike might be right up there with the colorful native salmonid.It might have had something to do with pulling a 42-incher out of a far northern lake, but for quite a while I've been hooked on
Submitted by Steve Piatt on Jan 07, 2013
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I have to admit, I haven't done a lot of predator hunting.A red fox here, a gray fox there, and a couple unsuccessful outings for coyotes– which, from what serious predator pursuers tell me, isn't unusual.But I've always marveled at how those die hard predator hunters speak with reverence of their prey, the sport itself, and the satisfaction that comes from luring a fox, coyote or even a bobcat
Submitted by Elizabeth Lee on Jan 04, 2013
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Hammond Pond Wild Forest continues to provide great outings this winter. To celebrate New Year's Day I skied from the Sharp Bridge Campground to East Mill Flow with two great friends.Sharp Bridge Campground is one of the prettiest campsites in the Adirondacks and likely one of the oldest. The first campsite was placed at this location in 1920 according to DEC. The campsite where the trail
Submitted by Elizabeth Lee on Jan 04, 2013
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Hammond Pond Wild Forest continues to provide great outings this winter. To celebrate New Year's Day I skied from the Sharp Bridge Campground to East Mill Flow with two great friends.Sharp Bridge Campground is one of the prettiest campsites in the Adirondacks and likely one of the oldest. The first campsite was placed at this location in 1920 according to DEC. The campsite where the trail