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Fly Fishing Pen Kits at Penn State Industries

Pisfun Ice Fly fishing Rod And Reel Combos Kit Set - Aluminum Alloy Pocket Pen Fishing Pole 38'' 53'' With Baitcasting Reel

$22.00


The NEW Pen Fishing Rod Extreme®

The costs $14.95 and, it requires the same for the American Patriot Pen. With only one tube, it’s simple to make. This pen comes with the popular Parker Style refill. Here’s a link to the Fly Fishing pen kit if you’d like to read them.

The costs $14.95 and, it requires the same for the American Patriot Pen. With only one tube, it’s simple to make. This pen comes with the popular Parker Style refill. Here’s a link to the Fly Fishing pen kit if you’d like to read them.

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  • The PSI Fly Fishing Pen Kit is the perfect fit for either our Fly Fishing Inlay Kit or our Cutthroat Trout Inlay Kit.
  • pen Fly Fishing - Pen Rod Extreme

    The costs $14.95 and, it requires the same for the American Patriot Pen. With only one tube, it’s simple to make. This pen comes with the popular Parker Style refill. Here’s a link to the Fly Fishing pen kit if you’d like to read them.

    October and November are great months for fly fishermen in Pennsylvania. Target the transition zone on larger creeks and rivers and you will have a genuine shot at multi-species if you throw big streamers. To be sure, smallmouth bass will be your most likely catch, but large brown trout and muskellunge are out there too. Just the other day, I was wading a favorite pool on a mid-sized creek and could see a brown trout, a three-foot-long muskie, and several smallies in the mid-teens. . . all within casting range. Catching all three species in a day would be uncommon in my experience, but the possibility exists if you’re at the right time and place. So, tie up some big weedless streamers and get out on a big creek or river this fall. The trout guys will be nowhere in sight and many of the summer bass fishing regulars are sitting in a tree stand. You’ll probably see few anglers. Double haul that big streamer out, strip it back through the leaves, and hold on when you see that big swirl or feel that pull. You may even have to fight the fish to surface before you’ll even know what chomped your fly. A motivating experience during a great time of year!