Posted by Kinsey's Outdoors on 03/25/19
Pennsylvania Spring Trout Series Ep 2
By: The Everyday Outdoorsmen
Welcome to the Kinsey's Outdoors PA Spring Trout Series! In this second episode, Grant Forney of The Everday Outdoorsmen is giving an overview of some trout fishing opportunities in Pennsylvania.
Grant is going to be talking about some of his favorite spots and some new spots he plans to fish this spring. If there are any spots you would like to see him fish, feel free to leave a suggestion in the comment section below.
One tool Grant strongly suggests taking advantage of is the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission's website. If you search the Fish section of the website you're able to view the stocked trout waters within in each region which also displays them by what county they are located. There's also the county guide map that enables you to find waterways and access points by layers applied to the map. All of these tools are helpful in finding new access points to familiar watersheds and access to new waterways in general. Pennsylvania is a state full of trout fishing opportunities, this website is key in having a chance to take advantage of them.
Some of Grant's favorite local streams that he frequents throughout the spring are Tulpehocken Creek located in Berks County and Yellow Breeches Creek located in York and Cumberland County. Both of these streams have sections that are designated Delayed Harvest/ Fly-Fisherman Only or are sections that you are allowed to fish with All Tackle/Live Bait.
Stay tuned for the next episode we're going to be talking about trout fishing on Tulpehocken Creek. You're not going to want to miss this one.