You could fill a library shelf with all the books, revised editions, essays, articles and treatises — dating to the 1600s — about fly fishing in Pennsylvania. And there’s still more to say.
With water pouring down both sides of the Appalachian Mountains, the Keystone State is laced with more streams than the Fish and Boat Commission can assess. Great angling diversity is available on Pennsylvania’s 86,000 miles of limestone spring water, freestone creeks, major river systems, bottom-release tailwaters, mainstem tributaries, stocked streams, native trout hideaways, Great Lakes feeders and ocean estuaries. It has to be a chore for one ambitious writer to cover it all with the insight of an experienced local angler.
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