Fly fishing in Ohiopyle

Rating: Excellent ***** Rebecca Emery Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaI had a really great time learning fly fishing basics with a fun group of women. Our guide, Ashley, was incredibly knowledgeable and very personable. I would absolutely recommend this class :) [caption id="attachment_5671" align="aligncenter" width="350"] Ashley in her environment[/caption]Rebecca, we are...

Well, it has been a bit of a rough fishing season here in Ohiopyle due to the nearly 10 inches of rain that fell from early June to Mid-July.  The Youghiogheny was over 4 feet on the Ohiopyle gauge for almost a full month, near...

Yough River hatches are happening March Browns and Green Drakes can be found throughout the waters of Ohiopyle State Park. At this moment, May 21st, the March Browns are the most plentiful bug we are seeing.  Large numbers of them, and they are really large bugs....

Ohiopyle + Memorial Day = Good times The weather forecast is looking spectacular for those heading to Ohiopyle for the weekend.Come enjoy Pennsylvania's largest state park, 20,000 acres of outdoor fun awaits you.If you don't already have plans to head our direction, that is OK.  There...

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...

Bugs = good fishing  Arrived at work here in Ohiopyle this morning to be greeted by indicators of a good fishing weekend.  I had to step over a couple of these bad boys to get in the door.Golden Stone Flys        They were not particularly large, but...

GREEN DRAKES are here!! They have been seen sparsely for about 5 days. In general, they tend to be first spotted on Meadow Run and Beaver Creek, where water temperatures are higher.On the Youghiogheny, they will be first seen on the Loop, the 1.5 miles...