Just one of many Special Places...
This one is in Southwestern Pennsylvania near Ohiopyle, Pa., the Laurel Highalands and the Youghiogheny River:
On the opening day of Trout Season in Pennsylvania volunteers from the Knights of Columbus, Stroud Township, and the Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited organized the annual Children's Fishing Contest on the pond at Brodhead Creek Park in Stroudsburg Pennsylvania.
Volunteers organized the prizes,... [ READ MORE... ]
On Wednesday April 9th 2014 leaders from the Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited #289 spent the day with PAFBC Executive Director John Arway on a tour of the Poconos public fishing areas. The tour started on the Pocono Creek in Tannersville, PA in an area that the Chapter is planning to do instream... [ READ MORE... ]
“Doc” receiving award from his namesake chapter in 1998
The Doc Fritchey Chapter’s roots date back to 1970 when a single chapter served the needs of southcentral Pennsylvania TU members. At that time, Cumberland Valley TU, whose membership ranks included Dauphin County, was focused mainly on... [ READ MORE... ]
The Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited is happy to announce its first annual fly tying contest, "Bring home the Benjamin," sponsored in part by Scott Cesari’s Fly Tying. The contest is part of the chapter’s ongoing effort to raise money for the various conservation and restoration projects... [ READ MORE... ]
If you know someone interested in trying out fly fishing this is a perfect oppurtunity to find out what it is all about.
Please join us for our May general membership meeting (open to the public) at the Hughes' Cancer Center in East Stroudsburg, PA for presentation on Casting for Recovery.
Hear a presentation with Aaron Jasper.
Across Pennsylvania, fishing and hunting resources are at risk. In recent years, Pennsylvania has become the epicenter for Marcellus Shale energy development in the East, as companies flock to the gas-rich area to drill for gas more than a mile below the earth’s surface. Much of the shale gas... [ READ MORE... ]
The headwaters of three famed tributaries—Pine Creek and the Genesee and Allegheny rivers—begin their descent from a 2,500-foot hill near Gold, Pa., each flowing downstream through its own unspoiled wilderness in northern Pennsylvania. In the heart of “God’s Country,” as it’... [ READ MORE... ]