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Meetings of the PA Steelhead Association

The PA Steelhead Association holds regular monthly meetings except in the summer months of May, June and July at 7:30 pm on the second Wednesday of the month usually at the American Legion Post 773 at 4109 West 12th Street in Erie. This is on the south side of West 12th Street (State Route 5), just east of the Erie Airport. 

We meet in the banquet room (to the left when you walk in). We encourage and welcome members to attend to share their views and opinions and of course the local public is always welcome. Meetings focus on items pertaining to the mission of the club, fund raising events, and local public and political issues affecting our fisheries. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is frequently represented at our meetings for questions and recommendations and of course there is plenty of time to discuss fishing, local secrets, and the catch of the day. We usually have an interesting main presenter with a fishing related program.

General Membership Meeting

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

The next meeting of the PSA is August 8th, 2018! 

August 8th Presenter:

Karl Weixlmann

Local guide, author and PSA Board of Director mem-ber Karl Weixlmann will be giving a Power Point Pro-gram on “Dry Fly Presentations and Strategies for Steelhead”. Topics covered will be waking dry flies, the season when it works, patterns to use, and the deadly dry fly dropper set ups and terminal tackle rigging.

Also the ideal water conditions when it works. By adding dry fly techniques to your steelheading reper-toire, Karl suggest you can actually catch more fish in what some would consider uncatchable condi-tions!

April 11th Program Presenters were Alec Link & Dan Armstrong

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


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