||Thank you to all who came out for the 3rd annual Drinks for Dinks, there are 3000 healthy fingerlings swimming in the Tully now!
TCO is now offering Guided Float trips on the Salmon River, feel free to call the Shop with questions @ 610-678-1899
Attention all anglers: If you witness people fishing illegally, with bait or taking fish on the Tully... the best action to take is to contact the Southeast Regional County Dispatch at 610 655-4911; then ask for unit 875. This is the Fish and Boat Commission Office and will respond 24/7! The more they hear about this activity, the more they will patrol our waterways! Its up to YOU to make the difference!
TCO is now offering float trips for Smallmouth Bass on the Schuylkill. It is a great change of pace from 8x tippet and sz 26 flies. Contact TCO @ 610-678-1899 for more information
||372 cfs(Normal flow for this time of year is 200)
||Fishing should be picking up soon
|Specifics and Tips:
||Look for those BWO's
||Tricos - sz. 22-26
Green Caddis - sz. 16-20
Tan Caddis - sz. 16-20
BWO - sz. 20-24
Midges (Cream) - sz. 18-28
||Spent Wing Caddis - sz. 18-20
Z-Wing Caddis - sz. 16-20
Sugar Daddy - sz. 18-20
Copper John - Chart. / Wine / Olive sz 16-20
San Jaun Worm - Fl. Pink, Red - sz. 14
Three Dollar Dip - Red & Black - sz. 18-20
Micro May - Olive, Rusty Brown, Brown - sz. 18
Frenchie - Natural - sz. 14-20
Slump Buster - Black, Olive, Brown - sz. 10-8
Zuddler Minnow - Olive, White - sz. 6 - 8
||Having trouble fooling those trout on your flies?... click here! Spending a day with any of our accomplished guides will get you back on track and landing fish in no time!
||TCO Fly Shop Sale Page... Shirts / Jackets / Packs and more... 30%-50% off!! Check it out now:
||Check out our Fly Fishing Educational Programs - Click here.
Be sure to stop in the store next time you visit the Tully... we will be happy to share our favorite fly patterns with you.
||Over stressing trout in above average temperatures can cause them to die. Make sure to fully revive them before releasing them. This is best done by facing them upstream in their natural holding position. Rocking them back and forth actually causes more stress by forcing water backward through their gills.
Check out these amazing river maps! Schuylkill River Maps Click on the number section for amazing details.. I printed these out and laminated them for my kayak expeditions.