Stream Trout Fishing
Rules for Stream Fishing - (Catch and Release)
In order to fish in the stream, you need a Pennsylvania fishing license and a Park fly fishing membership. E-mail us at email@example.com to request membership information to be mailed to you.
1. Fishing privileges in the stream are limited to a list of approved membership numbering no more than 100.
a. Privileges may be withdrawn for failure to obey rules.
b. Day privileges for guests may be purchased by members ($10.00/day).
c. Day privileges may be purchased by others with the approval of the
2. The stream is open from dawn until dusk daily.
3. Each member must conform to all applicable fishing laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
4. During office hours, all stream members must register in the park office before fishing in the stream.
5. Only barbless or debarbed flies and streamers may be used in the stream.
6. Fish should be released; however, fish may be kept and paid for by the inch ($3.00/inch). Membership does not extend the right to kill fish without payment. We expect all injured fish to be kept and either purchased or turned into the office.
7. Please do not disturb plant and animal life. Shrubs, trees, and flowers along the banks are not to be cut or broken.
8. All qualified stream members must wear badges. Please report anyone fishing without a badge or fishing with other than approved lures.
9. Members may fish in our fee fishing ponds without admission charge; all trout caught must be kept and paid for. Cleaning facilities are provided near the office. No fish are to be cleaned at streamside.
10. Please take all possible care not to interfere with others fishing, moving on to other locations if pools are occupied.
*NOTE: The fishing ponds are closed, controlled waters and fall under State law with special privileges, such as no license, no limit, and no season. The stream, although protected water and privately stocked, is subject to all state regulations regarding public fishing. For this reason, it is necessary to keep the two operations completely separate.
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