Cumberland Valley Fly Fishing and Outdoor Festival 2022
Your weekend hosts will be the house of Pennsylvania fly fishing, Allenberry [Orvis endorsed]; the houses of fly fishing gear covering the entire Atlantic Coast, TCO Fly Shop; the best cold beer in the Northeast, Tröegs Brewing; and fly fishing emersion festivities that treat every family member as a go for this upcoming weekend.
- This 2-day festival will feature live music, great food, Tröegs beer, amazing product giveaways, educational seminars, and a cornhole tournament! The Festival kicks off on Saturday, August 13 at 10 am… with an after party in the evening featuring local bands, great beer, and food. Sunday hours are 10 am until 3 pm.
- Covering all types of topics, including casting clinics, fly tying demos, gear reviews, destination trips, Appalachian Trail activities, and much more – additional information.
FlyLifeMagazine.com [FLM]: Fernando, isn’t this the third year of the Cumberland Valley Fly Fishing and Outdoor Festival?
Fernando Regencio, Jr. [FR/TCO] is the event coordinator for TCO Fly Shop and in charge of organizing the CVFFOF 2022 at the Allenberry [firstname.lastname@example.org
No, We had to postpone this event due to the pandemic… but we are thrilled to be back this year!
FLM: Thom Glace mentioned TCO was adding some interesting festival happenings that are not mentioned in the PR.
FR/TCO: Yes, Locally renowned Fly Tyer Tom Baltz will be tying flies from 10-3 on Saturday in the Cellar room located in Fairfield Hall, which is the main Allenberry building with the restaurant.
FLM: Anything else?
The Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Association will be there, providing an opportunity for Boy Scouts to earn their Fly Fishing Merit Badge.
Other than that, we have great raffles where a portion of the proceeds goes to The Cumberland Valley TU Chapter’s Barnitz Church Stream Stabilization Project and the ClearWater Conservancy. The mission of ClearWater Conservancy is to conserve and restore our natural resources through land conservation, water resources stewardship, and environmental outreach across central Pennsylvania.
We will also have live music and a festive atmosphere all night.
FLM: That schedule should wear anyone out. We wish we could be there.
If you are at the festival this weekend, remember you are on the Yellow Breeches, at Allenberry, and figuratively speaking, the Letort Spring Run is next door and is where this Salmo trutta was caught and released – a commissioned work some years ago done by Thom Glace. So bring a rod and have a go. FYI: Yellow Breeches Creek, also known as Callapatscink Creek, Callapatschink Creek or Shawnee Creek is a 56.1-mile-long tributary of the Susquehanna River in central Pennsylvania, USA. There is no agreed upon explanation for the name Yellow Breeches Creek, which is found in land warrants as early as 1736.
Casting Demos, Corn Hole Tournament, Casting Competition, Equipment Demos, Saturday Night After Party/meet and greet
- Big Agnes
- Brandywine Branch Distillery
- Headwaters Books
- High and Dry
- MycoSymbiotics LLC
- Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Association
- Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Museum
- Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing Harrisburg East
- SCG Med-Spa
- Scientific Anglers
- TCO Fly Shop
- Town Shirt
Featured Fly Tyers:
Alex Kolivras, Brendan Ruch, Eric Naguski, Jake Villwock, John Parisi, Lenny Gliwa, Tom Baltz
Adventure Explorations, Dusty Wissmath, Relentless Fly Fishing
- Brahman Noodles
- Cody Ross Smith
- North Mountain Ramblers
- Shrimp Ryans Jig Band
- The Vintage Crew
Brooks Abeln, Thom Glace, Re-Cast Designs