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Fly Fishing Terrestrials in Pennsylvania, mid-summer fishing report.

Fishing terrestrial fly patterns begins reaching it’s peak in Pennsylvania around August and typically remains a very good dry-fly option for the rest of the summer and into early fall. By this time all of the land-loving lures we love to catch fish on are beginning to show up in numbers. Heavy hitters like beetles, …

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The Perfect Conditions

The best time to go fishing is when you can. Despite all the advice from the experts in the magazines about planning and predicting the perfect conditions, this is the mantra of the working class angler. That is not to say that some times are not better than others. But the truth is for the …

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Rising water, raising hell.

It’s been dry for a long time around SEPA and central Pa. In fact conditions have been low and clear all over the state. and that can make things tough. However, when the rain finally does come through you can bet it is good time to get out. This will be of no surprise to …

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