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industry News: International Fly Tying Symposium set

The International Fly Tying Symposium is a great opportunity for any level of tier to learn. Even if you’re just toying with the idea of tying; go. The atmosphere is always sharing and congenial [...]

October 11, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Wooly Bugger: The most famous fly of all time?

Someone once said that the Woolly Bugger should be banned from some watersheds. Its effectiveness is that it looks like so many aquatic offerings. [...]

July 19, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Sportsman working together save the Delaware

For now, anglers can expect a healthy Delaware fishery. We owe thanks to Friends of the Upper Delaware River for leading the charge. [...]

June 7, 2017 Conservation, RECENT, Slide

Destination Gems: Allenberry Resort, Boiling Springs, PA

Some places are just unique in every way, a stay that puts you on productive water, promised gourmet dining, and a rare opportunity for theater [...]

April 18, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Where did the best fly ever invented come from?

So many stories, so many memories, and I was blessed to spend them with who I believe is one of the greatest fly fisherman to fish the waters of Pennsylvania, Russell Blessing [...]

March 2, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Lesson Learned: They overfished it, then polluted it, then fixed it

The demise of the Poconos as a spectacular trout fishery in the latter decades of the nineteenth century is a prescription that should not be refilled... [...]

January 11, 2017 A Lesson Learned, RECENT, Slide

Reminder: This week, The Fly Fishing Show in Lancaster, PA

And the fly fishing show goes onward. This week in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Attendance is expected to break records. Easily accessible for anyone in the Mid-Atlantic states area [...]

February 29, 2016 Fly Fishing School, RECENT, Reminder, Slide

Fly Tying: If you had only one fly, what would it be?

Bob Clouser's Clouser Minnow was invented to catch smallmouth bass in Pennsylvania's Susquehanna River. It has turned out to be a universal success in both saltwater and fresh water [...]

November 24, 2015 Fly Tying, RECENT, Slide

Fly Fishing: Land More Carp on the Mulberry Hatch

Use the element of stealth - fuorocarbon leader is a must for mulberries. Even though you’re mimicking an inanimate food source, natural drifts count [...]

June 1, 2015 Fly Fishing, RECENT, Slide

If You’re Nearby: Wildlife artist Thom Glace will be at Gallery 30

Thom Glace is a nationally renowned fish and dragonfly watercolor artist from Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. His work is sold in galleries and shops throughout the country, including Gallery 30 [...]

November 3, 2014 FEATURE STORY, Slide