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Double-header at fly-fishing museum


April 29, 2015

‘The Land of Little Rivers’ through the eyes of a photojouralist

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — An exhibit of 24 exciting oversized photos of the famed Catskill fishing waters by the late Enrico Ferorelli, many of which appeared in Mac Francis’ book, “The Land of Little Rivers,” will be held in the Wulff Gallery of the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum on Old Route 17 at 12 noon, May 2. Ferorelli was one of the most dramatic photojournalists of the last half of the 20th century and the first part of the 21st. Over the years he worked for a number of major magazines including Look, Life and National Geographic.

This project is made possible with funds from the 2015 Arts of Sullivan Decentralization Program, administered by Delaware Valley Arts Alliance.

Making of a Garrison fly rod

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY —At 2 p.m. in the Catskill Rodmakers Workshop at the Catskill Fly Fishing Museum, just below the Wulff Gallery, there will be a presentation by Hoagy Carmichael, “The Making of a Garrison Bamboo Fly Rod.” Carmichael will take you on a tour of the Everett Garrison Workshop and explain the unique tools and equipment Garrison used in the construction of a bamboo fly rod. Garrison was a member of the famed Hudson Valley school of rod making, and with Carmichael co-authored the book “A Master’s Guide to Building a Bamboo Fly Rod,” considered the Rosetta stone of bamboo fly-rod making. Space is limited so reservations are advised. Donations are requested. Call 845/439-4810.