Our new logo design is done and our first batch of decals are in!! A huge THANKS goes out to Matt Zudweg of Boneyyard Fly Gear http://www.boneyardflygear.com/ He took my vision and with that sick art talent of his, banged out an awesome logo. All of us "fish guys" dig a cool sticker and I'm so happy with the quality of our sticker from Matt. We are offering them as a gift to our clients...past and present...as well as for sale to those that are interested in having a cool sticker on their fishing vehicle or rod vault. 

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Welcome and thank you for visiting the home of Keystone Anglers Guide Service. We are a group of experienced fly fishermen with the single most goal of sharing our passion for the great fly fishing that Pennsylvania has to offer.  Whether it's fly fishing for Lake Erie Steelhead and Smallmouth Bass or Wild Brown and Rainbow Trout in the fabled waters of Central Pa we've got your trip covered.

Our Guide service caters to the experienced fly fisherman who want to get off the beaten path to find fish or the novice who is just beginning in the sport. We tailor the trip to meet your needs. We are very intimate with the waters we take our clients to and we strive to give you the very best fly fishing experience possible. Please take a minute to browse our trip options and don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. Again we thank you for your visit and consideration. 

Decals are $8.00 for one or $6.00 each for multiple, postage included. Hats are $25.00 each, postage included.

Keystone Anglers Guide Service

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In The News

I was asked by Chris Dubble, who runs the awesome fly fishing blog, Dock Talk 365 to do an interview with him about Wild Trout fishing in Pennsylvania. My answer was an emphatic YES!!! I was more than happy to help Chris with his article but I was even more happy to talk about something that I'm so passionate about...Wild Trout.The hardest part of the interview was trying to keep my answers to under a novel in length. So please give it a read.. https://www.docktalk365.com/wild-trout-pennsylvania/​