When most people see the leaves start to change colors their focus tends to shift from fishing to hunting. The allure of chasing a big buck can be enough for anyone to hang up the waders and rod for the year. I must admit as an avid archery hunter myself, I find it hard sometimes to take time out of a hunting season to get back out on the stream. However, fall can be one of the most productive times to be on the water. The following are three keys to fall fly fishing success in Pennsylvania. These tips and tactics will help many of anglers be successful with a fly rod in hand during the fall.
Most fly fishing anglers would not consider Utah their top choice for a top fly fishing destination, but they should. Utah is perhaps one of America's best kept secrets when it comes to fly fishing. Utah has over a 1,000 fishable waters. These range from fertile warm-water fisheries in lower valleys to cold high mountain streams and rivers developing from some of the most beautiful peaks in the west.
Fly fishing Pennsylvania on the first day of trout season can be a challenge for even the most experienced angler. The increased number of anglers alone can be a tough task to overcome. In the following sections, I will share some of my tips and tricks on how you can tackle some of the best fly fishing in Pennsylvania on the first day of trout season.