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March/April 2014 Angler & Boater

Feature Articles

Spring Creek Early by Vic Attardo (PDF)

Muddy Water Fly Fishing by John Allen

Serious Trout Fishing on the Allegheny by Mike Bleech (PDF)

Insects Trout Eat by Carl Haensel

Quick and Easy Boat Modifications by Ross Robertson

Reading Water by Chris Gorsuch

How to Swim a Jig and Why by Darl Black

Gushing about Oil Creek by Marilyn Black

Paper to Badge to Digital— A Pennsylvania Fishing License Chronology by Christian Shane (PDF)

Wild and Stocked Trout: What’s the Difference? by Deborah Weisberg

Finesse Your Way to Cold Water River Smallmouth Bass by Jeff Knapp

Three Forms of Boat Control to Make You a Better Angler by Ross Robertson

Green Salamander by Rob Criswell (PDF)

Special Features

Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission 2013 Annual Report Summary (PDF)

2014 Adult Trout Stocking Program Changes by Tom Greene (PDF)

Getting the Most out of Your Mentored Youth Fishing Days Experience by Andrew L. Shiels (PDF)

The Art of Catch and Release by Dave Swope

Spring PLAY Newsletter by Andy Desko and Chad Foster

Partnerships Result in Improved Habitat by David Keller and Renée Carey (PDF)

Regular Features

Straight Talk by Executive Director John A. Arway (PDF)

Tying the Beadhead Prince Nymph by Carl Haensel

Your Fishing Field Guide by Carl Haensel

Notes from the Stream (PDF)

Reflecting on the Water by Ron Kuhn


Angler’s Notebook by Jerry Bush

Fishin’ from the Kitchen by Wayne Phillips (PDF)

Pennsylvania's Best Fishing Waters Stocked Trout

Mentored Youth Fishing Days

Pennsylvania's Best Fish Waters Series

In 2014, each issue of Pennsylvania Angler & Boater magazine will feature a listing of Pennsylvania’s Best Fishing Waters for a specific fish species. On page 63, enjoy the second installment, Stocked Trout.