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Winter conditions accompany steelhead fishing

An angler suits up at the Douglaston Salmon Run  in Pulaski in 2011. Lake-effect snow adds to the adventure of steelhead fishing, but proper layering is important for angler safety and comfort.
An angler suits up at the Douglaston Salmon Run in Pulaski in 2011. Lake-effect snow adds to the adventure of steelhead fishing, but proper layering is important for angler safety and comfort.
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It’s less than 24 hours until my first steelhead fishing this fall, and my mind is on the weather. Most of New York will be enjoying chilly, but uneventful weather the next two days, but Pulaski is often very different from the rest of the state. “6 TO 12 INCHES TONIGHT. . . AND 3 TO 5 INCHES MONDAY,” read the warning from the National Weather Service Sunday afternoon. Oh, well — that’s steelheading. If you want ...


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