Great first day in susquehanna Co. Pa.
Arivved for the 8 am opener alot of fishermen located along shore. Found nice pockets of rianbows in the pools above the rapids. Though the water was a little cloudy from the rain the day before.Took a chance on a spinner at 10: am and landed a nice 4lb ... [ 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.
Pete Wood, one of the great guides from Silver Creek Outfitters, carp fishing madman, and fantatstic intern with TU last summer in Arlington is featured here. Well worth watching...
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National Public Lands Day is Saturday September 28, 2013. Get out to support your public lands.
Randy Melton, a hunting and fishing guide with Avalanche Outfitters highlights the Thompson Divide's importance to sportsmen and to his business.
"As a sportsman you've got an even deeper connection to the land. (You feel that) when you're up in the Thompson Divide in the fall when the elk are... [ READ MORE... ]
Close your eyes for a moment and imagine wild backcountry loaded with wild critters.
Fortunately, many such backcountry haunts are protected through Wilderness and Monument designations. Many also remain silently unprotected yet provide a home to a myriad of fish and wildlife and recreation... [ READ MORE... ]
As you head north out of Santa Fe on US-285 there is a prominent overpass spanning the highway. Stamped deep in its massive upper concrete support beam, in big, bold letters that cover the entire length of the four lane interchange, are the words, “Tierra Sagrada,” — “Sacred Land.”