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Pennsylvania Steelhead Association February 14th Meeting info at bottom of page!

At the March 8th, 2017 General Membership meeting the Election of officers resulted in the following:

                          Office                         Name

                           President                        Mark Signorino

                       Vice President         Marty Grzasko    

                          Treasurer               Chris Fatica

                          Secretary                Dan Beck 

Board Members

J.T. Davis                     Roger Latimer                         

Ron Miller                 Frank Sicicchitano

Harold (Skip) Simmons         Al Warner

Karl Weixlmann         Sam Zacour

The Pennsylvania Steelhead Association is a nonprofit organization established to enhance and preserve the Steelhead fishery in Pennsylvania including improving public access for Steelhead fishing, encouraging private landowners to maintain public access for Steelhead fishing, implementing stream enhancement and habitat improvement projects for Steelhead, and assisting nonprofit organizations which operate nurseries for spawning or raising Steelhead, or which acquire land or access easements for Steelhead fishing, or which engage in activities which complement the purposes and activities of the Pennsylvania Steelhead Association.

The pages in the Members-only section of the Website are viewable ONLY by PSA Members. 

In this Members-only Section you can:

  • See Past editions of TIGHT LINES (the PSA Newsletter)
  • Look up contact information for fellow PSA Members
  • See Member Fishing Reports
You must first log in to access these pages! (See How to Log In in column on left)


Our Tight Lines newsletters are now sent out in digital form with an email blast. All recent Tight Lines are available to read in digital format in the Members Only Content area of the web site. An example of the newsletter is below. Click on the cover of the November 2017 TIGHT LINES newsletter below to read the digital version:


 November 2017

The newest TightLines Digital newsletter, the February 2018 Issue is now available in the Member-Only Content area along with 35 other older newsletters!

The Pennsylvania Lake Erie International Coastal Cleanup

This years cleanup was Saturday September 16th, 2017!

The PSA was again the site manager for the Walnut Creek Access area, Sam Zacour was the site coordinator. 

This year a group of 14 dedicated volunteers showed up and collected 8 bags of garbage totalling 60lbs. The groups pictured below show some of the cleanup crew! Thanks to all those who took the time to help cleanup our environment!


The PA Lake Erie International Coastal Cleanup is an annual trash cleanup event, held the 3rd Saturday in September along the Lake Erie shoreline and Erie County waterways.  Volunteers gather at one of the 17 different cleanup locations in Erie County between 9am and 12pm to pick up trash and collect information on each trash item.  Information gathered from collected trash and recyclables is used to develop and prioritize management strategies to lessen the amount of trash entering our waterways and provide outreach and education information for local schools and organizations throughout the county.

The event is part of a larger global effort that is held the same day each year titled the “International Coastal Cleanup” which is the oldest and largest volunteer driven cleanup effort of its kind across the world.  Beginning in 1986 with 12 sites on the Texas coastline, the International Coastal Cleanup has grown to over 6000 sites in 92 countries with more than 500,000 participating volunteers. 



Meetings are typically held at 7:30 pm on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. American Legion Post #773,  4109 West 12th Street, Erie, PA.

The next meeting of the PSA is February 14th, 2018! 

Sara Stahlman will be the program speaker!

Sara is a Senior Coastal  Outreach Specialist for Pennsylvania Sea Grant

Sara Stahlman is a senior coastal outreach specialist with Pennsylvania Sea Grant. She earned her bachelor’s in biology with a minor in psychology from Penn State Behrend in Erie Pennsylvania, and her master’s degree in biology from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. Sara specializes in Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) and works to provide education and outreach to users on preventing the spread of invasive species, early detection, and rapidly responding to new infestations.

Sara’s presentation will discuss the invasive species Asian Carp, and discuss where they came from, how they got here, and the problems they can cause for our Great Lakes region. 

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