Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Guide in Pine Creek, Pennsylvania
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What is Provided:
What I provide my clients: Technical instruction, personally hand-tied flies, life jackets, plus food and beverages for all float trips. Generally, clients provide their own gear and rods.
What to Bring:
Clients should dress accordingly for weather and bring along bug spray, polaroid sun glasses, hat, sunscreen, waders, rain jackets, fishing vest, lightweight socks, long-sleeved fishing shirts, and any special dietary or medication needs.
On Pine Creek: 9 ft rods (5 and 6 weight), 5 and 6 weigh-forward fly lines. On the other area streams: 6 to 7 ft rods (3,4 or 5), and 3, 4, or 5 weight-forward fly lines.
A list of the main target species I fish includes wild brown trout, wild brook trout, Kamloop rainbow trout, bass, muskie and steelhead.
April through October is trout and other seasonal fish. October through April is steelhead season.
The main area in which I guide, the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, is a deep valley gorge though which run several prime wild trout streams. Pine Creek is easily accessible, and is also wade-friendly. Others are wild mountain streams with pocket water, rocks, slate banks, rocky ridges, and long runs surrounded on all sides by mossy banks and beautiful vegetation. The area is easily accessible.
April and May are cool with daytime daytime temperatures ranging from the 30s to the 50s, with nighttime temperatures in the 30s. June temperatures tend to be warmer with daytime highs in the 60s and 70s.
My prices range from $195 for a half-day trip, $450 for a full-day float trip.
The Pennsylvania Grand Canyon area offers wide variety of trail riding, hiking, bird watching, camping, and kayaking. The scenery is breathtaking in the canyon.Clients should bring their cameras.
I fish with a Golden Retriever (Brookie) that I trained to assist clients who have limited mobility. Brookie is always with me, even on float trips, weather permitting. I also carry a comfortable folding chair to be placed when necessary along the stream for anyone who might need it. There is opportunity to bring home your catch if you desire.
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