The Lehigh Valley is blessed with some of the finest limestone streams in Pennsylvania. The Lehigh Valley is located 60 miles north of Philadelphia and 65 miles west of New York City. The Lehigh Valley is comprised of the cities of Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and numerous small municipalities. The area also has a variety of tackle shops along with specialty fly shops and guides. Should you decide to extend your stay, the Lehigh Valley Area offers excellent lodging.
Visiting fly fishermen will find a variety of hatches and streams to fish when in the Lehigh Valley area. From the Little Blue Wing Olives, to the famous Trico hatch, streams in this area offer some very exciting fly fishing. Inside you will find Lehigh Valley stream information, hatch charts, stream reports, local fly patterns, daily updates on the Salmon River in NY on our ever expanding salmon river web site, fly tying help and so much more. I've also included links to most all streams in Pennsylvania. Enjoy and please stop back often. If you have any suggestions or ideas on improving Lehigh Valley Trout Streams, feel free to email me, suggestions are always welcome.
- Heading To The Salmon River?
Our coverage of the Salmon River is complete and up to date. If your planning a trip, check us out first.
- Local Streams
- We have all the major local streams covered
- Little Lehigh
- Bushkill Creek
- Lehigh River
Fly Patterns and Fly Tying
Coming to the Lehigh Valley and don't know what to fish? Maybe going to the Salmon River for the first time? Check out our sections on fly patterns.
- History Of The Thorax Fly
Ever wonder where the flies you fish got their start? Read our article on the history of the "thorax dry fly" and how it got its start right here in PA.