|Tulpehocken Chapter of
|The Lehigh River is and has a lot of access. The best
way to fish the river is by drift boat. S.B.O.
arranges several trips a year on the Lehigh River.
We will also do 1/2 day and full wading trips.
Major hatches are Caddis, Sulphurs, BWO along with
some stoneflies. Fish up to 28 inches have been
caught on the Lehigh so, if you are looking for a
western experience close to home, a drift boat trip
will give you a day you won't forget.
9 hour drift
6 hour morning
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|Our mission is to obtain a consistent release of
coldwater (55 Deg F) from the Francis E Walter
Reservoir (FEW) through better utilization of FEW’s
storage capacity and discharge options, in an effort
to improve overall flows, protect habitat and
enhance the Lehigh River’s wild trout fishery.
|Caught June 8, 2011
|Fly Fishing Guide Service on the following Pennsylvania rivers, streams and creeks...
Manatawny Creek, Tulpehocken Creek, Little Lehigh, Lehigh River, Little Schuylkill, Hay Creek, French Creek,
Valley Creek, Perkiomen Creek, Lititz Run, Broadhead, Bushkill, Lackawaxen River, Bowman Creek, Mud Run,
Delaware River, Clark's Creek, Penns Creek, Spring Creek, White Deer, Bald Eagle, Fishing Creek, Big Fishing
Creek, Little Juniata River, Spruce Creek, Pine Creek, Little Pine Creek, Cedar Run, Slate Run, Kettle Creek,
Sinnemahoning, Young Woman's, Lycoming Creek, Loyalsock Creek, Class A Wild Trout Streams and many more!
|Links to specific information in the S.B.O. website.
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