This coming Tuesday, March 8th I will be at Trout Unlimited #468 giving my presentation "The Brandywine, a Tale of three rivers." The Brandywine river is the jewel of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Located right in our back yard, this river's beauty is matched only by it's diversity. A cold water wild Trout river in the upper reaches, a blue ribbon Smallmouth river through the main section and tidal river in the lower end, the Brandywine has something to offer everybody.
Trout Unlimited #468, The Southeastern Montgomery County chapter meet at the Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust Visitor's Center at 2955 Edge Hill Road in Huntingdon Valley, PA, at 7:30 PM every second Tuesday of each month. The visitor center is located just off of the Willow Grove exit of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, just a short drive from Philadelphia and it's suburbs.
If you are looking to learn more about this great river, would like to expand your fishing season, or you just love to talk Fly Fishing you won't want to miss this. I hope to see you next Tuesday night.
If you have any questions about Tuesday night please feel free to contact me. For directions to the club house, click HERE. Till next time...