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APSC launches website (9-3-20)

Allison Park Sportsman’s Club has launched its own website thanks to the hard work of Steven Plut (pictured above). Click here to get to the new page. PWWTU has a long-standing relationship with this club and our members have joined in numerous projects on “Little” Pine Creek in Allison Park. Bookmark this site so you […]

Learn to Fly Fish (9-3-20)

Rob Reeder and Scot Loughner are educational wizards who teach a number of CCAC courses each fall. Click here to get the list of courses. Their course “Learn to Fly Fish” starts September 8th. Click here to get registration information. They’ve also added two new courses on tying Steelhead flies this fall.

PATU Annual Meeting (9-2-20)

PATU, our administrative state council, will hold its Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 19 from 9 to 11:30 am. The format of the meeting will be virtual this year because of Covid-19. What an opportunity for all of us to find out what’s going on at the Council level! Usually, attending the meeting meant a […]

2020 Art Raffle: meet the artist: Tiffany London (8-28-2020)

Charles Cantella interviews this year’s Art Raffle artist, Tiffany London. Ms. London is a well-established fish and wildlife artist with a knack for adding original fish images to everyday items such as pillows, flower pots, kitchen chairs and Yeti coolers. Each commission is unique. Click here for Charles’ very interesting interview. Click Here to get to Tiffany’s website.

Chris Wood, President of TU, seeks your input on the proper role of stocking in fisheries management (8-15-20)

A Note to Trout Unlimited’s volunteers and members from Chris Wood, President:  Trout Unlimited is developing a new strategic plan, and our approach to fisheries management is an important issue. A review of our approach to stocking is part of the process. While TU’s founding principles on the topic of stocking are clear and have […]

Cicada Zombies (8-5-2020)

Joe Birsa sends in a very interesting (and apparently true) article about Cicadas being hijacked by a fungus. The fungus produces psychotropic chemicals which affect the Cicadas’ behavior in, shall we say, unusual ways. Verified by several Board members including Bryan Mathie who thinks: “Yes, it’s real, but the impact on the Cicada population is […]