The annual Fly Fishing Film Tour, sponsored in this area by International Angler and Casting for Recovery, will be a virtual event this year. Buy your ticket(s) in person at International Angler, receive a QR code for your phone, and stream the show from the comfort of your own home anytime you choose between March […]
Brood X cicadas will be emerging this year in late May and early June. The emergence areas are somewhat distant from Pittsburgh but may be worth the travel. Click Here for an emergence chart. Click here for more information. Greg Hoover has a nice pattern; Click here to see it.
We often think of seafood as only coming from the ocean, but the US has freshwater fisheries as well. Dr. Russell Cuhel will talk about how climate change is affecting the Lake Michigan ecosystem. He was featured in the 2020 MSNBC miniseries, “What’s Eating America”, when it looked at the collapse of the southern Lake […]
Goddard State Park is in Mercer County, PA. It’s a hidden gem that I’m sure you’ve passed driving north on I-79 on the way to the Tribs. Click Here for a link to FROG…FRiends Of Goddard…website with details about the park and activities. As a fund-raiser, FROG is sponsoring a raffle for a nice bamboo […]
Mr. Larry Myers, president of the Forbes Trail TU Chapter has kindly invited PWWTU members to participate in their Zoom Chapter Meetings. The first event will occur at 6:00 pm Thursday, February 25th and feature Tim Camissa from “Trout and Feather”. He will be discussing “Fishing Success with Emergers”. Tim and his family live in […]
In case you missed John Hay’ article in the PG today (Feb 7, 2021), there’s good new for Allegheny County anglers: Fish and Boat will start stocking Peters Creek between Finleyville and Rt 51 in south Allegheny County this spring. The section to be stocked runs 5.4 miles from where Piney Creek joins Peters (Green […]
Tim’s Topic: “What Trout Like to Eat & Flies to Feed Them” This presentation will include video of aquatic insects, bait fish & crustaceans trout eat to survive and the fly patterns we use to imitate them.
If you had a chance to tune into Tim Flagler’s presentation last evening, you learned a lot about tying three of his go-to flies. If you missed the event, Click here for the recipes Tim uses for the three flies he tied. Click here for a YouTube video of Tim tying Egan’s red dart. Click […]