As the trout streams lose their flow and the insect hatches slow. Fly fishing for warm water species such as pike, musky, carp and bass can be a fun option. Warm water fly fishing is also a great way to tune up for a flats trip.
This summer has been the summer for small streams. Weekly rains have kept small streams perfect for fly fishing Native Brook Trout and Wild Browns. While most of these fish aren't trophies in size, they are survivors since the last ice age. Native Brook trout are the only native inland salmonoid in Pennsylvania. Also our state fish. Come see the wilderness areas surrounding Glendorn and make a cast into one of the areas dozen or more native streams.
The mid week rains continue to freshen up the flows of our streams at Glendorn. This makes our fish happy, happy fish means happy guests catching fish. Now is the time to learn fly fishing with one of our guides at Glendorn.
If you want to catch large trout in small to medium sized streams, and short casts with dry flies sounds appealing. Well don't hesitate, terrestrial season is here and our Glendorn trout are hungry for hoppers. Look at today's lunkerd.
Although our area of Pennsylvania is known for its world class trout and steelhead fishing. Warm water opportunities for Bluegill, Bass, Pike and Musky exist for avid fly rodders too. During the warm summer afternoons, take a break from the trout and toss a popper for a bass. Contact us for more information on Jet Boat trips to the Carp flats on Kinzue Resevoir. A great place to challenge yourself on large carp, light tackle and dry flies.
The Lodge at Glendorn Established in 1929 welcomes everyone to visit our historic grounds. Glendorn prides itself as one of North Americas Premier Relais and Chateux destinations. Featuring Gourmet Cuisine, Four Diamond Lodging in Suites & Cabins, World Class Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing and many more activities. Open year around to the traveler looking for the highest level of service in a relaxed enviroment. Glendorn is your last stop.