Wild and Native Trout Fishing In Pennsylvania
The whole commonwealth has wild and native (brook) trout streams where you would not think there would be any. Rick lives in Berks county and yes, there are native Brook Trout in several streams. Wild browns are the most abundant trout found throughout Pennsylvania. From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to Erie to Scranton, trout can be in the smallest streams to the larger rivers. Wild trout can be found in the Schuylkill where they can hold year round where springs and cool water stream keep the temperature down into their zone year round. Look for wetlands that produce a creek. Look for small creek that have some plunge holes with cover. Look for root piles and fallen trees when they can hide from prey and the sun. Just go out and explore and see what you can find. If there is a trail you are in the wrong place.
2019 Packaged Trip
Wild Trout Trip (2 nights) June 4th to 6th, 2019
New for 2019, we are offering an all-inclusive guided trip into Potter County Pennsylvania. This guided trip will be specifically dry fly fishing with short rod (6′ to 7 1/2′ 3 to 4 wt’s) for native brook trout. We will be targeting a few of Northern Pennsylvania’s premier brook trout streams. Some of these waters are well known in the region and some are not so well known. All of these waters fish very well and all are exceptionally awesome brook trout streams.
This trip will be 1 on 1 (one angler to 1 guide) and is limited to 4 anglers. Lodging for the anglers will be at Kettle Creek Adventures Lodge (www.kcadventuresbandb) located in the Kettle Creek Valley just a few miles north of the town of Cross Fork.
Details of the Potter County, All-Inclusive, Wild Trout Trip
Cost is $800.00 per angler
Tuesday June 4th: Arrive at Kettle Creek Adventures at 12 noon. Check in time at the lodge is 3:00 pm. You can leave your luggage in your vehicle and when we return in the evening you may take your bags to your room. At 1:00 pm we will head to one of the area streams and fish till dark. Upon our return from the stream we will head to Dave’s camp to have supper and after dinner you will return to the lodge for the evening.
Wednesday June 5th: You will awake to breakfast at 6:00 am. Guides will arrive by 7:00 am to pick anglers up for the day. At 12:00 noon or there after we’ll break for a stream-side lunch. After lunch we’ll get back on the water and fish till dark. After we get off the water for the evening we’ll head down to Dave’s camp for supper. Then return you to the lodge for the evening.
Thursday June 6th: You will awake to breakfast at 6:00 am. Guides will arrive by to pick anglers up for the day 7 7:00am. A lite lunch will be on the stream. On this day we will fish to 1:00 pm. Then return you to the lodge for departure home.
(Your luggage will have to be loaded into your vehicles before we leave for the day and vehicles may be left at the lodge.)
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