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Board Approves Strategic Plan

Every organization benefits from taking a hard look at where they are and where they are going. Your Board, following a suggestion by Ed Barger and with the expert assistance of Jamie Schroder and Bryan Mathie, has developed a plan for the Chapter that should guide our activities for the immediate future. The plan has […]

Austin Price joins PWWTU

Greetings future fishing buddies! My family recently moved to McCandelss from DC and I am excited to see new water and meet new people who share a passion for fly fishing and the outdoors. As a child, my parents gave me a choice. I could spend Sunday mornings in the church pew with my mother, or I […]

Greg Hoover’s Cicada pattern

Those of you who listened to Greg Hoover talk about the Brood 10 Cicada hatch this year will appreciate the details of his pattern. The fly is shown in the picture. Click here for a pdf of Greg’s article. Click here for a condensed recipe. This is a photo of the Chenille Greg uses:

Bryan Mathie is winner of Spirit of TU award

Our Bryan Mathie has been named as a winner of a prestigeous Trout Unlimited award: The Spirit of TU Award. Ed Barger, Chuck Buffington and Larry Myers (from the Forbes Trail Chapter) worked with Doug Spiro (a videographer – “Spirovision”) to produce a 2-minute video about Bryan’s activities in the chapter and PA Council. Click […]

End of an Era and beginning of a New Day

Just an FYI: outdoors stories in the PPG by Mr. John Hayes will not appear in print going forward but will only be published online under “Lifestyles/Outdoors” The good news is that the e-version will include a weekly newsletter with an enhanced Fishing Report, relevant stories from the Post-Gazette archives, and additional material that could not fit […]

Meet New Member: Dave Roarty

Dave lives in Murrysville.  Happily married 42 years (Marsha), 2 wonderful daughters and 5 perfect grandchildren. Retired from Westinghouse nuclear side after 42 years in 2018.  Started fishing late in life, not really much until retirement. Love fly fishing and slowly acquiring enough skill to occasionally catch fish.  Tying a little and enjoy that as […]