The dependable hatches and nice scenery always makes this
a nice place to visit.  Coffin flies (green drake spinners),
March Browns, Tan caddis, and #18 sulphurs were enough
to keep us guessing.  I haven't seen the streams look this
good in June for years.  We can only hope it stays that way.
"A river is the most human and companionable of all inanimate things. It has a life, a
character, a voice of its own, and is as full of good fellowship as a sugar-maple is of
sap."
Henry Van Dyke
Little Rivers
Coffin Fly (Green Drake Spinner)
"The Yough"
The pictures in this pool were taken on a recent camping trip to Ohiopyle.  As
far as I could see, there is not a bad site in this campground.  Sitting by the fire
or laying in the tent listening to a far-off train whistle from the B&O is as good
as it gets.  I'm glad the fish weren't cooperating, it probably would have ruined
everything.
The Contented Angler
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