Christian edited our Newsletter (Hatches and Rises) and won national recognition for the magazine and, especially, his articles. Copies of the magazine are located under the “Archive” tab. Christian’s pieces have also been published in regional fishing magazines such as PA Fish & Boat. The name “Hatches & Rises” has been reincarnated as the Title of the email blasts that members receive. The old newsletter format has been incorporated into the website. And Christian promises more articles. Click Here to get to his article about fishing for trout in PA.
The website is soliciting articles and stories that deal with fishing and conservation. This is your chance to get your fishing exploits, family adventures, or conservation efforts up in lights. It’s also a chance to add useful content to the website by referring articles or topics that you think may be of interest to the membership. Click Here to get to the submission form.
Doug Sherman suggests that you may be interested in a LIVE fly tying demos sponsored by TCO Fly Shops that happen each Friday evening at 7:30 PM. Click here to get more information.
Ever wonder what the squiggly line rising from a cup of coffee in the comics is called? (answer: “indotherm”) or the beads of sweat flying off a distressed character’s head (answer: “pleweds”). The attached article will be of interest to fans of the comics and of language, since most of the words are unknown outside the comic world. Click here….
Ticks are likely to be a big problem this year because last winter was so mild. Click here for a fabulous summary of important information borrowed from PA Steelhead Association Newsletter with permission. (posted 4-10-2020).