BIG MOORES RUN FISH AND GAME PRESERVE

WORLD CLASS CATCH AND RELEASE FLY FISHING AMIDST THE WILDS OF GOD'S COUNTRY, POTTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

 
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GALLERY

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RATES

Book your exclusive 1/2 mile beat or reserve the entire 1 1/2 miles

50% non-refundable deposit required

Daily rate per beat

1st Fisherman                                                             $200

Add a 2nd Fisherman on the same beat                   $170

Add a 3rd Fisherman on the same beat                    $130

Reserve the entire stream for $600 (up to 3 fishermen)

Maximum group size: 9 fishermen                          $1,500

(includes access to the lake and entire stream)

Gift Certificates available

Fishing in the fall or winter? - Consider expanding your experience to include a "Cast & Blast" (pheasant hunting)...Ask for details

 

Catch & Release Fly Fishing Only

Barbless or Pinched Barbed Hooks

No Felt Soles (Please use our boot wash stations prior to fishing)

PA Fishing LIcense & Trout Stamp Req'd

Clients Must Sign a Liability Release in Order to Be On the Property

Pavilion, Picnic Tables, Propane Grill & Porta-John Available for Your Use

WHAT TO EXPECT

CURRENT CONDITIONS
1st June, '22

 Have you read the fishing classic: Ode to a Mayfly ?
If that book were ever to have actually been penned, then surely, the author's inspiration for writing it was spawned from a day spent casting his 4 weight during the peak of the hatch as it occurred on "The Run" . . .
Big Moores Run!   
The Green Drake hatch, though largely over, was the thickest in recent memory.  Sulphurs are now polluting the sky in great clouds.  Big stones and a few March Browns continue to linger.  Dark Caddis still, are flitting about.  Light Cahills should be emerging in the next day or so.    When surface action slows, nymph & wets continue to produce well.   But the days we've been anxiously awaiting have arrived, the leviathans are slurping bugs from the me
niscus line.     Call today for availability.

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Ask us about area lodging options

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