Written by: Jim Lampros, Fishing Manager of Orvis Cleveland
The author shows off a big Great Lakes steelhead, as his fishing buddy looks on.Photo courtesy Jim Lampros
The rise in popularity of the Lake Erie steelhead fishery over the last decade has been well deserved. Erie and her tributaries unequivocally offer the best chance, be it East or West, for an angler to get his or her steelhead fix. The availability of public access, the proximity of. . .
George Daniel shows off a brown trout from one of his Pennsylvania home waters.
All photos courtesy George Daniel
A couple years ago, we ran a series called “Trout Bum of the Week,” in which we highlighted some of the guys living the good life. . .of a sort. (See the bottom of this post for a link to the previous installments.) Last week we launched another round of. . .
Miles Oliver caught this beautiful Pennsylvania rainbow his first time fly fishing.
Photo courtesy Miles Oliver
We received a couple of photos of young anglers and big fish this week, so I thought I’d pair them up. It’s great to see the next generation getting excited about. . .
Here’s a short-and-sweet look at fall fishing in Pennsylvania from Jake Patton. I’d also call this one “The Perfect Length” for a morning video.
This 23-inch brown trout ate an Isonychia dry fly.
Photo by Mike Steiner
Guide Mike Steiner of the Nemacolin Field Club sent me some photos of recent fish from the Youghiogheny River in southwestern Pennsylvania, along with a note: . . .