February Meeting

February 21
Domenick Swentosky
Tight Line Nymphing
Farm & Home Center
1383 Arcadia Rd
Lancaster, PA

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Upcoming Events

Veterans Fly Tying

Date: January 18, February 1 & 15
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Place: American Legion Post #34
1388 Arcadia Rd, Lancaster

Our Veterans Service Program will be offering fly tying instruction to veterans on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month through the Winter. All equipment and materials provided at no charge. VSP Leadership and volunteers will provide instruction on basic tying, also an intro to all aspects of fly fishing.

Volunteers welcome. Open to all veterans.

Contact Bill Nolan for more information. Visit our VSP Facebook page

Winter Fly Tying

Date: February 10
Time: 9 am - 1 pm
Place: Stauffers of Kissel Hill Grocery
(Meeting Room at rear of store)
1050 Lititz Pike, Lititz

Our informal fly tying gatherings continue this month. Bring your gear & materials and tie some flies to restock your fly box, swap ideas for new patterns, tell lies about fishing or just hang out to fight off cabin fever. Drop in when convenient & stay as long as you wish.

Other sessions will be the second Saturday of March. Sessions will be canceled in the event of bad weather.

Basic lessons can be arranged with prior notice. Contact us at

The public is welcome.

February Meeting

Date: February 21
Time: 7 - 9 pm
Place: Farm & Home Center
1383 Arcadia Rd, Lancaster

Author Domenick Swentosky, who specializes in fishing the streams of Central PA will be our speaker for February on the topic of tight-line nymphing. His stories on Troutbitten always make interesting and informative reading and I'm sure his presentation will be as well.

Please join us while we daydream about the coming Spring. The public is welcome.

March Meeting

Date: March 21
Time: 7 - 9 pm
Place: Farm & Home Center
1383 Arcadia Rd, Lancaster

Guide Eric Richard will reveal some of the secrets of fishing Sherman's Creek in Perry County. This is a stream with Class A wild brook trout in its upper stretches, stocked trout with abundant hatches in the middle section, and smallmouth above its junction with the Susquehanna.

Please join us for an interesting evening. The public is welcome.