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What to Bring...
  • Rod (4,5 or 6 weight)
  • Reel
  • Waders and Boots
  • PA Fishing License
  • Suntan Lotion
  • Bug Spray
  • Wading Staff
  • Rain Gear
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat
S.B.O. Provides...

  • Leaders
  • Tippet
  • Flies
  • Split Shot
  • Food and Drink
  • Photos
  • Net

Note: Loaner equipment
(Waders, Rod and Reel) is
available at no additional
charge. Orvis, Loomis, Sage
All Fishing is
"Catch, Photo, Release"
Links to specific information in the S.B.O. website.
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Fly Fishing Guide Service on the following Pennsylvania rivers, streams and creeks...
Manatawny Creek, Tulpehocken Creek, Little Lehigh, Lehigh River, Little Schuylkill, Hay Creek, French Creek,
Valley Creek,  Perkiomen Creek, Lititz Run, Broadhead, Bushkill, Lackawaxen River, Bowman Creek, Mud Run,
Delaware River, Clark's Creek,  
Penns Creek, Spring Creek, White Deer, Bald Eagle, Fishing Creek, Big Fishing
Creek, Little Juniata River, Spruce Creek,  Pine Creek, Little Pine Creek, Cedar Run, Slate Run, Kettle Creek,
Sinnemahoning, Young Woman's, Lycoming Creek, Loyalsock Creek,
Class A Wild Trout Streams and many more!
Get Stream Reports on PA Creeks, Rivers and Streams
The Tulpehocken Creek (also know as "The Tully) is
located in Berks County and one of the better creeks in
SE PA. The Tully is a stocked fishery with very, very
little reproduction, if any at all.  It has a Caddis,
Sulphurs and Trico as the main hatch. The hatches can be
spotty. Streamers and flashy nymphs work. Water flow is
controlled by the Army Corps of Engineers at the dam at
Blue Marsh Lake. It is always a good idea to check the
stream flow before making the drive. The upper section is
a Special Regulated, Delayed Harvest, area. Easy access,
large numbers of stocked trout. Trout are stocked below
the Delayed Harvest area and is overlooked by the fly
fishermen, it should not be.  There are other streams and
creeks worth exploring.
Sky Blue Outfitters is the most experienced guide service in Berks County.
Providing fly fishing guide services since 1999. Our staff has well over 50 years of
experience fishing in Berks County. There is no other guide service in Berks
County that can make that statement, nobody.

Rick Nyles, owner, has been fly fishing the Tulpehocken Creek for over 40 years,
even before the Blue Marsh Dam was built.  

SBO has in depth knowledge of the many Class A rated stream
thought out Berks County.
Walk and Wade
1/2 Day Service (4-5 hours) $ 250.00 for two anglers
Full Day Service (8-9 hours) $ 375.00 for two anglers
Single rates are based on location, contact for pricing.
Evening Special 5pm until dark $ 150.00

Casting Instructions One on One
2-3 hours of on stream instruction  $ 150.00
Also includes the mechanics of the fly rod
and entomology (nymph to spinner).
Lunch provided on Full Day trips. Water and snack
provided on 1/2 day and Full Day trips. Flies are included.
I have quality loaner rods, reels and waders (Orvis) available for
the traveling angler at no additional charge.
First Trout on a Fly Rod.
John, from Texas, with a nice tully trout.
Special Regs. on the Tully.
Tulpehocken Creek Flow Info
100-250 Good
250-350 Slightly High
350 & above Very High

Please watch the water temperature
during the summer months.
Come join SBO on one of their
many overnight trips to central
PA, Lehigh River, Montana
and the Outer Banks
Wild Brook Trout
Come fish the wild trout
streams  in Berks County.