Trout Stocking Report: October 19, 2018.

Dear Club Members and Guests

On Friday October 19th, we stocked 225 fish in the stream. The trout consisted of all rainbows: 14 to 18 inches. The bigger trout, all rainbows were 20 to 22 inches.

2019 renewal materials where mailed out last week, if you didn’t recieve your lease, please contact me by phone or email to get one out to you for your renewed membership.

If you have any questions or concerns about anything, especially stream conditions, please call.

Yours truly,

SJR
412-309-1155
renosky@yourinter.net

Trout Stocking Report: October 6, 2018.

Dear Club Members and Guests

On Friday, October 5th, we stocked 210 fish in the stream. The trout consisted of rainbows: 14 to 18 inches. The bigger trout, all rainbows were 22 to 24 inches.

We will be stocking again on Friday, October 19th. Since we were unable to stock in September due to epic flooding conditions, we will double up in November.

I’ll be sending out the 2019 renewal forms later in October. Please be on the look out for the packet with materials for your renewed membership.

If you have any questions or concerns about anything, especially stream conditions, please call.

Yours truly,

SJR
412-309-1155

Trout Stocking Report: May 5, 2018.

Dear Club Members and Guests

On Thursday May 3rd, we stocked 240 fish in the stream. The trout consisted of rainbows: 14 to 15 inches and brown trout 15 to 16 inches, and brook trout: 12 to 13 inches. The bigger trout both rainbows and brown trout were 22 to 24 inches.

With the summer months approaching, please pay attention to weather and stream conditions in regards to the health of the trout. We don’t want to over stress trout in the worst summer conditions, HEAT. The Bass and Carp fishing will be in full swing so take advantage of the summer conditions opportunity.

If you have any questions or concerns about anything, especially stream conditions, please call.

Tight Lines…

SJR
412-309-1155

Trout Stocking Report: April 18, 2018.

Dear Club Members and Guests

On Tuesday April 17th, we stocked 200 fish in the stream. The trout consisted of rainbows 14 to 15 inches and brown trout 16 to 17 inches. The bigger trout both rainbows and brown trout were 22 to 26 inches.

There are some special events coming up this spring 2018…

The 9th annual Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Fly Fishing Event: Saturday April 21st and Sunday April 22nd. The Club will open at noon on Sunday the 22nd.

The 16th annual Allegheny Kiski Health Foundation Tournament Event: Friday May 4th. The Club will be closed all day on the 4th.

If you have any questions or concerns about anything, especially stream conditions, please call.

Tight Lines…

SJR
412-309-1155

Trout Stocking Report: March 10, 2018.

Dear Club Members and Guests

On Friday March 9th, we stocked 380 fish in the stream. The trout consisted of rainbows and brown trout from average range of 14 to 16 inches. The bigger trout were 22 to 26 inches, all rainbows. We doubled the stocking to make up for February’s bad weather conditions and Sport Show commitments.

On Saturday, April 7th: Project Healing Waters will be having its 2nd Annual Fly Fishing Tournament from 7am to 5pm. There is still availability for the event, please contact Dave Thomas at 814-241-2205 for details for this great cause. The event will only use 1.5 miles of the trout club waters at most, there will be open water for the members to fish towards the end of the project.

If you have any questions or concerns about anything, especially stream and road conditions, please call.

Tight Lines…

SJR
412-309-1155

Trout Stocking: January 13, 2018.

Dear Club Members and Guests

On Friday January 12th, we stocked 200 fish in the stream. The trout consisted of rainbows, brooks and brown trout from average range of 14 to 16 inches. The bigger trout were 22 to 26 inches, all rainbows and one golden trout again at 25 inches.

We were blessed to have gotten this stocking in due to outstanding weather, but winter is far from over. Please make good judgement decisions on adventuring to the club, especially when freezing rain or snow melt than re-freeze again that causes black ice conditions. You can park by the Lower Cabin or Power Line areas and walk down to the stream.

If you have any questions or concerns about anything, especially stream and road conditions, please call.

Tight Lines…

SJR