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On Sunday April 26th, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM members from the Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited Presented an Introduction to Fly Fishing Class at the Pocono Environmental Education Center.  More that 20 students were introduced to fly fishing through a viewing of the Way of the Trout, [ READ MORE... ]
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On Saturday April 18th, 2015 members of the Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited assisted the Knights of Colombus and Stroud Township in the 39th Annual Children's Fishing Contest.  Over 150 children lined the shore of a small pond in Brodhead Park in Stroudsburg Pennsylvania to try and catch a "big [ READ MORE... ]
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In April 2013 the Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited was joined by the Tobyhanna Conservation Association and Boy Scout Troop 91 to plant over 400 seedling along the banks of the Tobyhanna Creek in the area of the Route 423 bridge realignment. The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation of Natural [ READ MORE... ]
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The Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited completed an instream habitat improvement on the McMichaels Creek Involving the installation of 3 stone deflectors and over 50 tons of random boulder placement along approximately 1000 feet of stream.  Partnering with the Chapter was Stroud Township (the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Gary R. Blockus Of The Morning Call Find out how TU monitors Marcellus Shale drilling impact Michaels Creek and MartinsCreek in the Poconos are about to get some very important oversight. Trained members of the Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited will begin monitoring a variety of data in those [ READ MORE... ]
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A  shale gas development staging area in Pennsylvania's Tiadaghton State Forest By Paula Piatt To walk the state forests and state parks in Pennsylvania gives you little indication of what lies beneath. A mile below those headwater streams and wild game habitat, the Marcellus Shale is a prize to be [ READ MORE... ]
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Pennsylvania’s public lands are vast – that’s part of what makes them special.    By Paula Piatt Pennsylvania’s public lands are vast. Large tracts of habitat – both woods and waters – that are home to all sorts of critters. And occasionally to the two-legged variety fortunate enough to pay a visit [ READ MORE... ]
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By Katy Dunlap As we have seen over the past year, one of the biggest threats to Pennsylvania’s native and wild trout populations comes from the halls of the Capitol in Harrisburg.  In its latest attempt to weaken protections for trout streams, the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed a bill that [ READ MORE... ]
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As part of a Commonwealth Court order released last week, Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett and the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources have agreed not to lease any more additional state forest or park land until the court makes a decision on a larger court case, filed two years ago by the [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Southcentral Pennsylvania Type of stream: Limestone spring creek Angling methods: Fly, spin Species: Brown trout Access: Easy Season: Mid-April—Feb. Supporting Services: Carlisle, Boiling Springs Short take: The most challenging chalk stream in the East Handicapped Access: Yes Closest [ READ MORE... ]
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