Guided Fly Fishing Trips
Known best for amazing catches of coldwater rainbow trout, brown trout and brook trout, Central Pennsylvania ranks among the top in the fly-fishing category. The unique limestone geology of Central Pennsylvania produces a number of the most productive trout streams to be found anywhere.
Penn’s Creek is Pennsylvania’s largest, longest limestone stream. Many consider Penn’s Creek to be one of the greatest limestone trout fishing locations in Pennsylvania, and the closest thing to a wilderness limestone stream in the state. Wild brown trout swim in abundance in Penn’s Creek. This is a perfect location to test your angling prowess, whilst surrounded by beautiful nature, mountains and boulders.
This limestone stream is a Class A wild trout stream with beautiful surrounding mountain scenery. It is one of the most densely populated wild brown trout streams in the state. So, it is well suited for beginner level anglers!
The Little Juniata River, sometimes called the “Little J,” is not owned by any one person, it is held by the state of PA. The Little J is a 32.1-mile-long tributary of the Juniata River in the Susquehanna River watershed.
Designated a Class A Wild Trout Stream by the State of Pennsylvania, several sections of Big Fishing Creek offer rare catches of native or wild trout. While a few other streams in the state are called Fishing Creek, this stream, originating eight miles east of Tylersville, bears the distinction of Big. Fishing Creek. Big Fishing Creek provides very productive trout streams during periods of extreme summer heat and low water.