Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Susquehanna Fishing Magazine Releases 6th Issue in July!

The first week of July, Susquehanna Fishing Magazine will be releasing its 6th issue. We want to thank all our our readers and advertisers for making the first half year possible... Thank you!

Monday, June 28, 2010

Susquehanna Fly and Spin Guide Service River Fishing Report: June 27, 2010

The Susquehanna River is fishing the way it normally does for this time of year with slightly lower numbers and water levels are inching down with crystal clear water in alot of areas. It is a good time to sling some string for cruising smallies and top water action at times. Carp on fly is in full swing with some monsters being caught. When your presentation is acceptable to them and you do everything right its Fish On!

Give us a call to get in on the action and to enjoy beautiful mornings, days, or evenings on the Susky with Us! Tight Lines!-----<*)}}}}}}><

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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Richmond Fishing Expo Lands a New Home...

One of the fastest growing fishing shows on the east coast finds a new home for 2011. The new State Fairgrounds of Virginia will play host to this years Richmond Fishing Expo in the brand new Farm Bureau Meadow Event Park facility in Doswell, Va. just 18 miles north of Richmond. Besides being a state of the art 65,000 sq. ft. facility, the Meadow Event Park offers convenience for all anglers traveling up & down I-95. Situated 1 mile off exit 98 on I-95 the Meadow Event Park has acres of free parking right in front of the facility and a “See it all under one roof” opportunity. The perfect no hassle place to get ready for the fishing season.

The Richmond Fishing Expo has positioned itself as the place to meet the current touring professionals and have an opportunity for them to share their secrets that’s allowed them to do what all of us strive for…..”Fish for a living”. This year's event is no different. Two of the legends in this industry Denny Brauer & Woo Daves come together for all three days with one idea in mind….. Helping you catch limits every time. Denny a 16 time B.A.S.S tournament champion including the 1998 Classic is one of an elite group having held both the B.A.S.S. AOY & FLW AOY title during his career. Woo Daves a Virginia native and 2010 Bass Fishing Hall of Fame inductee has fished the Classic 17 times with 6 top five finishes including a win in 2000. Along with these guys will be regional & local pros that help put you on the fish by giving you insight on all the local waters in and around Virginia. Bass Tubs, trout tanks, fishing simulators, charter captains, fishing supplies by the Tractor trailer load, will make this an event you will not want to miss. The Richmond Fishing Expo, January 21-23, 2011. Meadow Event Park I-95 exit 98 in Doswell.

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Thursday, June 3, 2010

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Wednesday, June 2, 2010


From the Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau:

BERWICK, PA – The Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau, in conjunction with the Borough of Berwick, the Columbia County Commissioners and the Columbia County Bassmasters, is hosting the first annual CMVB Outdoor Family Fun Festival at the Berwick Test Track Park (South Eaton Street) the weekend of June 12 – 13, 2010.

The 1st Annual CMVB Outdoor Family Fun Festival will be on Saturday June 12th from 12p until 7p and Sunday June 13th from 12p until 5p. The festival is being held in conjunction with the first annual Columbia County Bassmasters Tournament.

Live demonstrations and programs will take place every hour. On Saturday, Columbia County Commissioner Chris Young will speak about Land Trapping (1p-2:30p), Clem McIntyre (Naturalist from PPL Susquehanna Riverlands) on Watershed Health (2:45p-3:30p), Lynn Little Wolf and Robin Summer Bird on Native American Indian Culture and Customs (3:45p-4:30p). Sunday features Steph Singer (Columbia County Conservation District) speaking on Fish Printing (1p-1:45p) and Nature Explorations (2p-2:45p) as well as another presentation by Lynn Little Wolf and Robin Summer Bird on Native American Indian Culture and Customs (3p-3:45p) and finally Bill Venzendy speaking on Arrowhead and Indian Artifacts.

Along with the hourly presentations, the festival will include nearly 40 vendors & crafters, food, games, children’s activities and various outdoor organizations displays. Shop for American Indian handcrafts, decorative plates, painted gourds, American country and primitive items, floral arrangements, tie-dye products, jewelry, wreaths, hand painted slates, and much more. Watch wheat weaving and wood carving. Let the kids cast a line in the fish pond, as well as pet a Llama, visit Young’s Funny Farm and take a turn on the Moon Bounce.

On Saturday from 5:30p-6:30p the blue grass band “Like Father . . . Like Son” will be performing. Tournament awards will take place at 5p on Sunday.

For more information on the CMVB Outdoor Family Fun Festival, please contact the Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau at 570-284-4455 or visit www.iTourColumbiaMontour.com.