DVFF are excited to announce yet another night out at Texas Roadhouse in Bensalem (1545 Street Road)
Due to unsafe wading conditions on the Susquehanna River this week we will change the location of the outing this day to the Tulpehocken Creek, Northwest of Reading, PA.
We will plan to meet at the parking lot below the dam at Blue Marsh Lake at 9:00am.
Access to this parking lot is off of Palisades Drive.
Sorry for the change in plans. The water flows are too high in the Susquehanna River for safe wading. A weeks time will not change these conditions sufficiently to be safe.
The flow conditions for the Tulpehocken Creek are not expected to cause further changes to these plans.
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Fly fishing for Smallmouth Bass, recommended 7wt rod.
Lunch with others at the Wooden Nickel Restaurant.
Meet on east bank 500 yds downstream of the Millersburg ferry.
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Shawn Holsinger, owner and operator of Holsinger’s Guide Service has been fly fishing the streams of Western Central Pennsylvania for over 30 years. Being blessed to be raised in the limestone rich mountains of the area, has offered many fishing opportunities in some incredibly trout-rich waters. His home is centrally located between the famed Little Juniata and very popular Yellow Creek of Bedford County. This area is also home to some incredible Class A wild trout water as well, which is where Shawn’s true passion is when it comes to fly fishing.
Shawn is also on the Pro Staff of his father’s business, www.holsingersflyshop.com located in East Freedom Pennsylvania on the banks of the Frankstown Branch of the Juniata. Part of his work in the fly shop includes his very popular YouTube channel, Holsinger’s Fly Shop. Between the fly shop and his YouTube channel, he has had many opportunities to fly fish in some great locations, such as, Colorado for large Cutthroats, West Virginia and Maryland for trout, and Lake Erie and Ontario, for lake run steelhead, browns and salmon.