Click Here to see the video of Michael’s very informative talk about stocking the Tribs. This is a must-view for Trib fishermen.
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About Chuck Buffington
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Chuck Buffington contributed a whooping 86 entries.
The lowly mop fly has hit the big time with an article in the Wall Street Journal. (Click Here for the article). The article is cited by Mid Current which features an ad for a large assortment of mop flies (Click Here for the ad.). These flies are so irresistible to trout that they have […]
Casting for Recovery supports women surviving breast cancer. CFR has an annual online auction each November, and the 2020 event went live November 11 and closes November 22. This year’s auction has over 200 items related to fishing. Support a good cause by bidding on an item for yourself or someone you love. Click Here […]
The November, 2020 Board meeting was held by Zoom conference on November 5th. Bob Bukk reported that the paperwork associated with our funding of a student grant at Chatham University was in order. Ed Barger is preparing to pay the first installment of the grant in December. Ron Milavec announced that we will not have […]
Christian is a prolific writer as well as great teacher. He does Trout in the Classroom each year with his students. He’s contributed a number of articles for the website. Now, he has a new website: www.christianshaneauthor.com
Our speaker for the November 9, 2020 virtual meeting is Michael Hosack, Fisheries Biologist, PA Fish and Boat Commission, Lake Erie Research Unit. Michael is a whiz kid when it comes to the biology of Lake Erie Steelhead. His topic will be: “LECAL Steelhead Survey & Management of steelhead and brown trout fisheries” (Q & […]
Tom Walsh was the chair of our Conservation Committee until his untimely death last year. Tom’s love for (Little) Pine Creek in the North Hills was unmatched. He organized work parties, stocking, and children’s fishing derbies. Your Board has chosen to honor him by donating $2500 each year for 5 years to support one or […]
Covid has a silver lining afterall. Alex Ciocca, one of our younger members. won a recent contest and has donated the grand prize ($500) to PWWTU. The story: Alex took a quiz focused on things he has learned from fly fishing. Then he submitted a 1 minute video on three things he has learned. The […]
Unfortunately, our scheduled speaker for the October Chapter meeting has become unavailable. Bryan Mathie, our Conservation Chair and Board member has agreed to fill in. His topic will be “Conservation Strategies and how you can get involved”. Remember that conservation of cold water resources is TU’s mission and recognize, please, that our Chapter needs to […]
Your Board met October 1 and made several important decisions. First, Cabin Fever, originally scheduled for late February, 2021 has been cancelled. The hotel will move our reservation to February, 2022. Second, the board approved funding a 5-year scholarship to students studying Biology with a focus on Sustainability at Chatham University in memory of our […]