Author: Eric Martin

Women's fly fishing in Ohiopyle Are you dying to do some fly fishing near Pittsburgh or Washington D.C. Perhaps you’re a woman who loves the outdoors and learning new ways to enjoy it. Or maybe you're a guy who lives to fish and wants to share the...

Hatchings in the Laurel Highlands If you haven't gotten out for some fly fishing in Ohiopyle yet this season, NOW is the time! The Caddisflies are 'a hatchin! Black caddis and tan caddis are here and, with them, come the fish! Check out this cloud that nabbed me...

How to Ride Successfully at High Altitude There's a reason so many elite cyclists train at high altitude: it increases the body's ability to breathe more efficiently with limited oxygen, especially useful when they compete at lower altitudes. Those are the cyclists you see sprinting by their competition, hardly breaking a...

This article is intended to help you become a better caretaker of your bike. ;)   1) Use lots and lots of chain lube. Be sure to never wipe the old stuff off, just slather lubricant liberally like you'd drown a stack of IHOP in blueberry syrup. Repeat...

This article was produced by the rails-to-trails conservancy.  This is a complete reproduction of their work.  See the original article here.  The rails-to-trails conservancy is the national voice for rails-to-trails and bicycle advocacy.  Learn more about their mission, and consider becoming a member. What Is Railbanking? Railbanking...

Our Top Three Favorite Hiking Trails in Ohiopyle State Park When we're not on the water or pedaling somewhere, we love to hit the trails in Ohiopyle State Park. At 20,500 acres, it is the largest land-based park in Pennsylvania and contains more than 75 miles...

This past fall, Dave Fusilli of Demshitz fame, was nice enough to swing through his ol' spawning grounds and let me take the new Pyranha 9R for a spin. "Scoville, this is the boat you have been waiting for," he said. He wasn't wrong. Hitting the Yough with the 9R As...

2015 Biking season on the Great Allegheny Passage is in full swing The tell tale sign of this, is the reopening of The Big Savage Tunnel.  This year the magic date is Friday April 3rd. Measuring  3300 feet in length the tunnel was built by the Western...

It is officially spring, well maybe in a cosmic sort of way. Where you live there may still be some remnants of snow hiding on north slopes, or even a few flurries remaining in the forecast. We are pretty sure that is not the case where...