We are located in Williamsport, Pa. (approximately 90 miles north of Harrisburg). Within a 60-mile radius of our home base lies some of the best trout fishing found in the Commonwealth.
We will spend our day fishing any number of freestone streams or a few select limestone streams depending on which is fishing best for that time of the year, or your interest in learning a specific fishery or pursuing wild brown trout or native brook trout.
The trout season typically runs from April through October, but can extend into November. Winter fishing on a few of the limestone streams is also a possibility. In addition to the fishing, you will be taught techniques to help your become a more successful angler- knots, casting, reading the water, and much more that will make you a more complete fly fisherman.
During a fishing outing it is possible to see numerous species of wildlife including deer, great blue herons, green herons, kingfishers, ospreys, killdeer, Canada geese, numerous songbirds, and a variety of ducks. Bald eagles and bear
are occasionally spotted.
We release all the fish we catch. A camera will be available to provide you with a few photographs.
The average low and high temperatures for this region
are listed below:
May- 48/71June- 57/79
What You'll Need:
Current Pennsylvania Fishing License
Jacket or Sweatshirt
Streams we regularly fish: Slate Run, Cedar Run, Pine Creek, Little Pine Creek, Lycoming Creek, Loyalsock Creek, numerous small native brook trout streams, Big Fishing Creek, Spring Creek
Snacks, and water will be provided.
Photo Gallery Smallmouth Bass, Carp, Trout