We are fortunate to have Tim Flagler as our guest on January 11 Chapter Meeting by Zoom. Tim is a noted fly tier, guide and personality in the fishing community. You will receive an email announcement with details of how to join the conference. Click here for the recipes for the three flies that Tim […]
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About Chuck Buffington
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Your Board met by virtual conference on January 7, 2021. Draft minutes of the meeting are available in the Documents column. Covid continues to be a problem and your Board has decided to postpone the Chapter’s 2021 Annual Meeting indefinitely. As a result, members will not be able to nominate or vote for new Board […]
Buffalo Creek, a tributary of the Allegheny River that is not far north of Pittsburgh is in the running for PA River of the Year award. Please consider adding your vote to the mix. Click here for more information. And Click here to vote!
Ever wonder why fish are so hard to see in the water? Well, here’s a nifty article from the Wall Street Journal that focuses on fish scales and their role in helping fish escape predation. Turns out that fish scales are quite complex in their structure and capable of reflecting light that matches the color […]
The New Fly Fisherman will interview Tim Flagler, our January Chapter Meeting speaker. Click here to join the interview on YouTube Live.
In case you missed it, John Hayes had a nice article about Karl Weixlmann, a Lake Erie steelhead guide, in the December 13th edition. John presents the intimate details of Karl’s very successful dry-dropper technique. It’s especially suited to low water with skittish fish and lots of fishermen…the usual situation on most Tribs this time […]
Tim Flagler will be our speaker for the January Chapter meeting so you may want to check out this competition. SHORT NOTICE: the event will start at 3 PM on Monday, December 7th. Click Here for details. The good news is that this and previous competitions are recorded and previous sessions can be viewed. Today’s […]
Chris Mullin grew up in Minnesota, where he enjoyed canoeing and fishing its many lakes, especially the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. His most recent trip there was two years ago with his two brothers and 89-year-old father. He earned degrees in physics from the University Of Chicago, and Cal Berkeley, and has a deep respect for […]
In case you missed this “Outdoors” article in the PPG newspaper on November 29th you can Click Here to read all about a major stream improvement project on an important tributary of Dunbar Creek. The story illustrates how many players are involved in a 21st Century project, and the time and effort required to bring […]
Click Here to see the video of Michael’s very informative talk about stocking the Tribs. This is a must-view for Trib fishermen.