TROUT STREAMS OF PENNSYLVANIA
An Angler's Guide
By Dwight Landis
Trout Streams of Pennsylvania is a comprehensive guide to the great variety of trout fishing available in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. If you enjoy fishing new trout streams, this book is for you. You will find information not just about the "famous" streams that are written about constantly in the angling press, but also about hundreds of other fine streams. This book will serve as your constant guide to Pennsylvania trout fishing. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced angler, you will refer to this book again and again.
In its 256 pages, Trout Streams of Pennsylvania describes over 500 trout steams, ranging from tiny brooks to large rivers such as the Delaware and the Youghiogheny. You'll learn about access sites, wild trout populations, trout stocking, fly hatches, best times to catch fish, camping sites, local tackle stores, and much more. The insect emergence chart has accurate fly hatching information compiled specifically for Pennsylvania.
This revised, third edition has been expanded to include coverage of more streams and more detailed descriptions. It is 24 pages longer than the first edition. This edition has also been updated to reflect the many changes in access, stocking, and regulations that have taken place in recent years.
Other feature of Trout Streams of Pennsylvania include:
This is the book to have when you are heading to a new trout stream in Pennsylvania.
- 73 detailed stream maps
- 7 area maps
- 67 stream photos
- Fly hatch information
- Access sites described
- Wild trout information
- Descriptions of special regulation areas
- Stocking information about each stream
- DeLorme Atlas and Gazetteer locator references for all streams
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