Trout Fishing


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:
Mar. 28/47
Apr. 38/61
May- 48/71
June- 57/79
July- 62/83
Aug.- 60/81
Sept.- 53/73
Oct.- 41/62
What You'll Need: 

Current Pennsylvania Fishing License
Waders/Hip Boots
Brimmed Hat
Polarized Sunglasses
Jacket or Sweatshirt
  Rain Gear

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



A limited number of guided night fishing trips are available each year 

 Snacks, and water will be provided.


Mike O'Brien
(570) 220-0391



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