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When is the best time to go fishing?  Whenever you can get away!


Come join us in the Laurel Highlands for fun times and great fly fishing on some of the best streams in the area. You can fly fish everything from cold mountain creeks, limestone spring waters and our tailrace rivers for everything from wild and native trout to trophy size trout and everything in between.  Our streams offer excellent fly fishing and breathe taking scenery that will relax the soul and rejuvenate the spirit.  Not into trout?  Not a problem; there is some excellent smallmouth fishing in the region or maybe try your hand for “golden bones” (aka, carp) on the fly rod – what a rush to hook into these bruisers and have the reel screaming as the fish takes you into your backing.


The Laurel Highlands of Southwest Pennsylvania is one of the best kept secrets in the State for quality fly fishing and outdoor enjoyment.  Don’t wait for the first day of trout season to visit us.  We have plenty of waters that can be fished year round.


As the sport of fly fishing grows, more and more women are taking up the sport.  We welcome the opportunity to help the female fly fishers enjoy the sport in such a grand outdoor setting.


Are you staying in the area for business and didn’t bring your gear?  We got you covered; we can set you up with all the equipment you need to spend some time on our pristine waters.


New to fly fishing or you’ve wanted to learn?  Not a problem:  Ripples on the Water offers lessons for fly casting and fly fishing for men, women, children – the whole family can participate.  Spend the day with them and immerse yourself in a new sport while enjoying the company of your whole family.  Learn proper casting techniques, basic aquatic entomology, how to read the water to learn where the fish like to hide-out and have fun while you learn.


Written by: Jeff & Loretta Ripple