Fly Fishing

Cumberland Valley’s
Famed Trout Streams

Cumberland Valley is world-renowned for its pristine water quality, thanks to the region’s mountain-fed tributaries and naturally occurring springs. Nestled between two prominent Appalachian Mountain Ridges, Allenberry Resort is home to one of the East Coast’s most famous trout streams, Yellow Breeches Creek. Due to the constant supply of deep-sourced spring water and limestone bedrock, fishing is year-round. Allenberry Resort sits amid several “catch and release” fisheries stocked with brown, rainbow and brook trout varieties which feed on staggered insect hatches such as black stoneflies, Hendricksons, Grannom, Grey fox, and white flies. Only minutes is the historic town of Boiling Springs, named for the springs that feed the town’s Breeches as well as its famous Children’s Lake. Exclusive for Allenberry Resort guests, walk-up access begins from the northern banks of the Breeches, where the stream veers to the east and flows into the Susquehanna River and the Chesapeake Bay. Guests are invited to fish alone or with an experienced guide.

With fertile fishing grounds amidst a peaceful Central PA backdrop, it’s no wonder that the Yellow Breeches has drawn multiple U.S. Presidents to its calming waters. You never know who you’ll bump into on the Breeches!

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