Ladies & Gentlemen, We have to keep a record of who helps with the stockings. So please email me your name, address, phone # and dates you plan on attending. There are 2 trucks on 4/5. I thank you all in advance and very much look forward to seeing all of you there. Bob Bonney … Read More
Beginning January 28, visitors to www.HuntFish.pa.gov will discover convenient features like personalized dashboards, autorenewal for fishing licenses, and the ability to report game and furbearer harvests as required. Users who visit the agencies’ websites – www.pgc.pa.gov and www.fishandboat.com – for their licensing and other needs will be seamlessly directed to the new system. HuntFishPA replaces … Read More
For the 2021 Trout Season, the PFBC will operate under a consolidated statewide schedule for all counties. Under this revised plan, a single Statewide Mentored Youth Trout Day will occur on Saturday, March 27, and a single Statewide Opening Day of trout season will take place on Saturday, April 3. As a result of this … Read More
In Pennsylvania, regulations will only permit 463 attendees in the Lancaster Convention Center. The Lancaster Fly Fishing Show attracts far more than that together with exhibitors, show staff and presenters. We had no choice but to cancel for 2021 and look toward 2022. We have little doubt that once we are able to return to normal … Read More
The Master Watershed Steward program will be holding on-line classes with field trips trips, learning sessions and many ways to volunteer with Chester and Delaware Counties and local resources! Training sessions start March 3. Get started on becoming a Certified Master Watershed Steward by clicking HERE.
The Summer/Fall 2020 edition of Streamside featured 3 articles by VFTU members. The Dame Juliana League has given us permission to show them here: Reviving an Old Twist on Fly Bodies by Jim Clark Six Ways to Save Our Local Streams by Owen Owens A Friendship Runs Through It by Pete Goodman See the full … Read More
Why is it important to collect and analyze data from streams, and how do we do it? Click here to see.
We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to all those workers on the front lines keeping us safe, treating the sick, delivering necessities, and feeding our nation. If you are an essential worker who loves to fish (or wants to learn) and cares about conservation, we invite you to enjoy a free one-year Trout Unlimited … Read More
The need to practice responsible recreation HAS NOT gone away. In fact, with many states seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases as the country continues to “reopen,” the need is greater now more than ever. Nobody wants to be the angler who unknowingly spreads the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, so it’s important that, as an … Read More
The Brandywine Conservancy is pleased to announce that the Draft Brandywine Creek Water Trail Feasibility Study is now available for public review and comment. The study reflects more than a year’s work and includes guidance provided by our Study Advisory Committee and input from hundreds of individuals who either participated at public meetings or completed … Read More