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07-09-10 11:15 AM The latest heat wave is still holding on in the area. Two fronts are opposing each other over our area. Hopefully the one from the west wins. Heavy storms are to our west just arriving in western Clinton County. Pine is in bad shape for trout at... click here for more


Independence Day Ride - Dave Kagan

Independence Day Ride By David Ira Kagan I passed 3000 bicycling miles for the year during today’s July 4th rail-trail roundtrip ride of 47 miles from my Torbert Village home to Wolf’s General Store in Slate Run. It was a hot pedal from my 11 a.m. beginning through the afternoon,... click here for more


Independence Day Ride By David Ira Kagan I passed 3000 bicycling miles for the year during today’s July 4th rail-trail roundtrip ride of 47 miles from my Torbert Village home to Wolf’s General Store in Slate Run. It was a hot pedal from my 11 a.m. beginning through the afternoon,... click here for more


06-28-10 - 3:57 P.M. Pine is getting very low and warm. Fish are at the feeder streams and also starting to move up the feeders. Lots of trout. Hopefully we will get some rain to increase the volume. ... click here for more


06-19-10 -- 0839 : Pine is dropping and warming.Trout were in at the mouths of the feeder streams a couple of times this summer. They have moved back out again with some cooler nights and a thunder storm. Nearing the end of normal trout fishing on Pine, unless we get... click here for more


Pine Creek Trail Ride with Dave Kagan

Ride of June 21 (the first day of summer) 30 miles roundtrip from my home in Torbert Village to Bluestone Run (north of Jersey Mills) and back. What a gorgeous, sunny first day of summer outing! Hot—yes—but not very humid, so once I was moving, it was very comfortable biking.... click here for more


06-14-10 5:40 P.M. The runs are flowing nicely. Slightly above normal for this time of year. Fish are looking up. Good summer fishing conditions. ... click here for more


06-14-10 1722 Pine is still producing lots of fish. Recent rains cooled the waters and the trout are still feeing in the morning and evening. Olives in the A.M. Duns and spinners during the evening. ... click here for more


June 13 th ride with Dave Kagan

Bicycle Ride of June 13 I pedaled 57 miles today, roundtrip between my Torbert Village home and the Village of Cedar Run, surpassing 2700 miles for the year during my ride, and waiting out downpours inside an Adirondack shelter at Camp Kline just below Ramsey Village (sharing this refuge with... click here for more


New Book

Pine Creek Villages This book is a “must have” for any one interested in the lower Pine Creek Valley. Authored by local valley resident Dave Kagan, it provides a written and photographic journey through the villages of the lower canyon of Pine Creek. The villages were established during the lumbering... click here for more


June 3rd. Pine Creek Trail - Dave Kagan

June 3 Ride I bicycled today between the southern terminus in Jersey Shore at mile-marker 168 up to Waterville and McConnell’s country store, a distance of about 11 miles. Flower situation: crown vetch (introduced into the United States in the 1950s for erosion control and now considered an invasive species)... click here for more


Trail Ride 05-26-2010

May 26 Ride On Wednesday, May 26, I rode 70 miles roundtrip from my home in Torbert Village to Bohen Run, one mile above Blackwell Village. Life was exploding all along the trail, both flowers and animals, with the temperature reaching into the upper 80s. Highlights included seeing four wood... click here for more


06-07-2010 Strong storms on Saturday and Sunday increased the flow on Pine Creek and also dropped the temperature back to the low to mid 60's. Trout were feeding during the morning hours and just at dark. B.W.O.'s during the morning and Olive spinners at night. Still some Sulphurs and Slate... click here for more


06-02-2010 10:04 A.M. Slate Run received a volume increase with storms the last couple of days. Fisherman reports would indicate that the run is fishing better this year than the past couple of years. Fly activity is normal. ... click here for more


06 - 02 - 2010 Pine received a much needed influx of water with the recent storms that moved through the area. About 2 inches of rain increased the volume to just above normal for the year. Fishing is still very active early morning to about 10 A.M. and than... click here for more


05-27-2010 2:09 P.M. Pine has warmed over the past few days.Temperatures pushed into the mid 70's before a thunder storm moved through the area and gave us some relief. Feeding moved to early morning and just at dark an into the night. Storms predicted over the next few days should... click here for more


Pine produced another fine evening of surface activity Mondat night. Very little activity until the last 20 to 30 minutes of day light. Than very good until after 1030 P.M. It may have lasted longer I would suspect.Of course fishing to spinner falls after dark is not the easiest form... click here for more


May 25th. Trail Ride

May 20-24 Rides I have now passed 2200 miles of cycling this year, most of them on the rail trail. On Friday, May 21, I rode 47 miles, a roundtrip from my home in Torbert Village to Wolfe’s General Store in Slate Run, where I “wolfed” down a delicious Panini... click here for more


05-24-2010 3:11 P.M. The Drakes have arrived in good numbers. They have been hatching sporadically for the past few days. There are spinners in the air from the early hatches. Tonight may be a heavy hatch. We will let you know. Good fishing both early and late, with slower nymph... click here for more


05-23-2010 Most of the better feeding activity on Pine was during the morning and late at night. The Golden Stones hatched during the last couple of days. The hatch is as strong as the western stone fly hatches, but is mainly nocturnal. Fishing wet flies at night is productive, but... click here for more


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