Most fishing guides to Pennsylvania are outdated, which makes this new, 8.5×11-inch, full-color, map-heavy Flyfisher’s Guide to Pennsylvania by noted author Tom Gilmore so valuable to today’s anglers. This is a completely new from-scratch edition that includes large, full-color maps with GPS coordinates for access points, stunning full-color photos and comprehensive hatch charts laid out in an easy-to-process format.
Each stream was put to a rigorous test ranking them with five criteria: public access, ability to hold trout year-round, fishable population of wild trout, scenic beauty and overall fishing experience. Only the best made the book. The book covers 160 trout streams and provides detailed driving directions to more than 400 public access points.
Under the sections “What the Experts Say,” the author shares insights gleaned from interviews of two dozen guides and experienced fly anglers.
It includes exhaustive coverage of the Delaware River and its branches, the Lehigh, the Little Lehigh, French Creek, the Lackawaxen, the Lackawanna, Spring Creek, Penns Creek, the Allegheny, the Loyalsock, the Youghiogheny, Big Spring Creek, Yellow Breeches Creek, Letort Spring Run, Falling Springs, Brodhead Creek and dozens more, both large and small.
Anglers are virtually guaranteed to learn something new about fly fishing in Pennsylvania in this fully up-to-date guidebook.