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Tuesday, May 28th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Tuesday, May 28th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Leo Maloney

Remembering popular Adirondack hunter, ball player Pat Salerno Sr.

The Adirondacks and sportsmen of the region lost a friend earlier this year with the passing of Pat Salerno Sr. He passed away in September, leaving behind his wife, Jane, and his four sons, Tony, Pat, Randy, and Tim. Salerno was well known to the Adirondacks for his friendly demeanor, sense of humor, and his willingness to help others.

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Camping with Leo Maloney: New York DEC’s Nicks Lake Campground in the southern Adirondacks

Imagine camping in a canopy of balsam and pine alongside sparkling blue waters. Immerse yourself in the peaceful waters of a blue lake for kayaking or fishing for trout or bass.
These are all images of Adirondack camping, especially Nicks Lake campground, near Old Forge, in Herkimer County. The 112 sites are available for tents or trailers and many are on the water.

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Camping with Leo Maloney: New York’s Cayuga Lake State Park

Picture gently rolling hills covered with vineyards. A deep blue lake with fishing boats trolling. These bring back memories of camping in the “grape lakes.”
Cayuga Lake State Park has nearly 300 sites, both tent and trailer, nicely spaced. It has become a favorite campground for several reasons, including nicely spaced sites at the northwest corner of Cayuga Lake, only three miles from Seneca Falls.

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Camping attractions are many at New York’s Grass Point State Park

Visualize sitting around a campfire on the river bank, watching a golden sunset as fishing boats scurry for their docks and individual fishermen cast in the lengthening shadows from dockside. In the fading light a “saltie” or laker moves along the seaway channel, its deck lit up reminiscent of a Christmas tree.
The image is only part of the attraction of camping at New York’s Grass Point State Park on the St. Lawrence River.

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