Dave Allbaugh’s “Fishing The Wet Fly”

The Delaware Valley Fly Fishers Club is proud to present Dave Allbaugh as our guest speaker on March 26, 2014 (7:30 PM). Dave is a master wet fly angler, guide and native son of Pennsylvania. Born and raised in Johnstown, PA., Dave has availed himself of many of the finest limestone streams found throughout Central Pennsylvania and productive freestone streams of North Central Pennsylvania, and it is within these magnificent settings that Dave offers his “Wet Fly Water Guide” guide services and personalized lessons in wet fly trout fishing.

Dave Allbaugh

Dave Allbaugh with a nice late-June wet fly catch.

Fishing with wet flies is arguably one of the oldest methods recorded, and while our Pennsylvania waters have a robust history of wet fly fishing, in more recent times very few of us have actually practiced these truly classic techniques. Dave Allbaugh will bring his multi-media presentation to introduce us to a few of the more storied trout streams in the Commonwealth and provide us with a detailed discussion on equipment, flies, leaders and tactics to use – year round – for successfully fishing with wet flies.

Count this as a presentation you don’t want to miss.
We hope you will join us and Bring a Friend – Guests are always welcome!

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One thought on “Dave Allbaugh’s “Fishing The Wet Fly”

  1. Hi Rod – thanks for the heads-up…
    All Club meetings (with few exceptions) take place at:
    The Yardley VFW Post #3693
    1444 Yardley-Newtown Road, Yardley, PA 19067
    215-245-0677
    Meeting 7:30 PM on the 4th Wednesday of each month (except December).
    The VFW Post can be found behind the “Lubavitcher Center.”
    A map and directions can be found at the bottom of most pages of our website.

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