We have some rooms open this weekend in the B&B for the Extravaganza.
Call the shop (814)349-8757 or Jonas (814) 574-9426 if your interested in staying.
On Saturday: Storewide sales, fly tying demos, food, drinks, adult beverages being donated from The Elk Creek Cafe, meet our G Loomis rep.
Weather looks promising and a fun time is sure to be had!
Look forward to seeing you!
Matty with a dandy from a quick post shop duty session
New Feathered Hook Guide Service rack cards
Hi all! Our Extravaganza is this Saturday March 24 from 9am-5pm. Storewide sales, food, beverages, fly tying demos, and lots of fun. It’s always a blast to see everyone after winter and talk fishing. Hope to see you there.
We have some really cool new stuff in the shop this year from Simms, Fishpond, Sitka Gear and G Loomis. We are also now carrying Hatch reels and tools as well as Handmade, Thomas and Thomas Fly Rods, both proudly made in the USA.
Fishing has really been good. Streamers have been producing some beautiful fish. Blue winged olives started almost two weeks ago on Spring Creek and the Little J and have started rolling on Big Fishing Creek and Penns Creek. Early black stones are also in the mix with plenty more on the way.
Our Guide Coordinator, Matt, recently picked up a new Stealthcraft Hooligan 3 man raft. We are happy to add a new option for anglers who are interested in floating with a friend. We have a number of waterways to float for trout and are super excited to be offering summer Smallmouth bass trips starting in June.
We’ve had some guided trips rolling out the door and they have been yielding some serious fish!
It is starting to feel like Spring is coming and I am ready!
We are just about ready in the shop and almost all the new stuff has arrived!
The Extravaganza is March 24th!
Look forward to seeing y’all!
The fly shop will be closed this Sunday, February 4, 2018. Sorry for any inconveniences. Call Jonas at (814) 574-9426 with any questions.
Last week was a relatively mild one. We needed that. It was hard to stay inside and accomplish the things that needed done and that seemed to be the popular opinion. We saw quite a few anglers through the shop and on the water. It felt like early spring. Mid to high 40s was a welcome air temperature change.
That’s a mouthful
Flows have subsided since the snow/rain/ice + melt/runoff situation we had last week. Penns is green with a couple feet of visibility and holding steady around 600 CFS. Lower Spring is just over 200 CFS, a really good, fishable flow. Fishing Creek (no gauge) is in good shape. Worth checking out if your up for it. The Little J is sitting pretty just under 400 CFS. Good, fishy water.
Jeremy proves persistence is key
The fishing has been good. January was one heck of a streamer month. The fish were aggressive and willing to move for some meat. I guided a ¾ day float trip with a friend on saturday. We moved two really nice fish and caught two small fish in the first hour. Then things got slow. We grinded for a couple hours, low and slow, without seeing a flash. Then all of a sudden just like someone flipped a light switch the bite window opened up. Jeremy boated 5 fish and had a few more chases in the last hour and a half. Persistence pays off.
Kenny “Effin” Lloyd took advantage of a strong streamer bite
I had a day off yesterday and took my friend and yours, Kenny for a fun float. 5th cast from the put in Kenny put a solid fish to hand. Things keep on that way for the afternoon. We didn’t move any piggies but we caught some really solid middle class fish.
Hook Head Guide Matt with a nice slab of gold
Looks like this upcoming week is going to be a little cooler than last. Look for the warmer days and get out there. 2018 is off to a great start. Hope to #seeyouincoburn soon.