Wildwood Outfitters Blog and Fishing Report
Winter finally set in and our steelhead trips are on pause for the time being. If we get a warming trend for a few days, it may open up a window, but the next month will be touchy, to say the least. This isn't abnormal, but each winter is different so it's impossible to predict what the rest of January and February hold. With that said, here's what's up next for our guide trips!
Once the weather breaks we'll head back up to the Erie tribs in PA and get a few more weeks of trips in before the fish start to head out to the big water. After that, we'll shift gears over to Ohio for a few more weeks of chasing steelhead there. This is one of the most popular and fun times to be out, because the weather isn't usually as harsh as late December or January. The opportunity to battle a steelhead while wearing a sweatshirt and no other layers is pretty extraordinary!
After the Ohio run starts to die down, we'll go back to trout fishing in NW Pennsylvania for a few months. April, May, and early June are such a wonderful time to be out fly fishing. Not only are the trips extremely productive, but the weather is glorious and there's no better way to shake off the chill of winter than by being out on the stream. The rest of June and July we'll head over to Central PA where water temperatures stay a little cooler than other parts of the state. Dry-droppers and hungry brown trout are the name of the game, and it's super fun to spend a day bouncing around on the waters here targeting rising trout.
We would prefer to be out on the water right now, but believe us when we say this is a minor blip before things start rolling full bore through July! We have extremely limited availability through the season, so if you're considering a trip, reach out to us soon!
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