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Fly Fishing in Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, and New Jersey


Stream Reports

Discover some of this region’s best fly fishing. Each profile provides links to current USGS information (if available), hatch charts, and links to articles and other resources for each waterway.

Clarion River Stream Report

Clarion River​ PA

Once left for dead, the Clarion River has become synonymous with wild brown trout in recent years, but also offers prime fly fishing for smallmouth bass and other species. 

First Fork Sinnemahoning Creek PA

First Fork Sinnemahoning Creek is a 33-mile tributary of Sinnemahoning Creek flowing through Potter and Cameron counties. It offers quality fishing for stocked and wild trout and has excellent mayfly hatches.

Kettle Creek PA

Kettle Creek is a 43-mile tributary of the Susquehanna River. It has a long history of great fishing and excellent mayfly hatches.

Oil Creek PA

Oil Creek is one of northwestern Pennsylvania's best streams for trout and smallmouth bass. With 46.7 miles of flowing water, Oil Creek is a flourishing ecosystem!

Pine Creek PA

Whether pursuing native and wild trout in the upper reaches or huge stocked browns in The Stretch, Pine Creek in Potter, Tioga, and Lycoming counties has something for every fly fisher.

Spring Creek PA

Spring Creek is often regarded as Pennsylvania's best trout stream. With approximately 5,000 trout per mile, it's hard to argue otherwise.

West Branch Susquehanna River

West Branch Susquehanna River PA

West Branch Susquehanna River was all but dead 50 years ago. Today, however, with reclamation efforts, the West Branch has evolved into a quality wild brown trout fishery with 26 miles of water designated All-Tackle Catch and Release.

Yellow Creek Stream Report

Yellow Creek PA

Yellow Creek is a 20.9-mile tributary of the Raystown Branch Juniata River. This limestone-influenced stream is home to one of the oldest Fly Fishing Only sections in Pennsylvania

Youghiogheny River PA

The Youghiogheny River is southwestern Pennsylvania's premiere tailwater and is a year-round destination for fly fishers looking for trout and bass.

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