Joe Baylog, President, Forks of the Delaware Chapter of Trout Unlimited, will be the featured speaker at the April 8, 2015 Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited meeting. Baylog will present Do it Yourself Alaska: Fly Fishing Alaska’s Road System.
Baylog hails from Easton, PA where he lives with his wife, Robin, and daughter, Elana. He is the current President of the Forks of the Delaware Chapter of Trout Unlimited and an avid fly fisherman and traveler.
Joe has been fishing local waters since childhood, spending most of his youth on the Delaware River and Bushkill creek. He has had the good fortune of organizing self-guided trips to Alaska eight times. Whether rafting or wading one of Alaska’s wild and scenic rivers, fishing for trout and salmon, taking in the local sights, or encountering bears, each trip has provided its own unique adventure, challenges and rewards. Please join us for “Do It Yourself Alaska” a presentation on fishing and traveling our 49th state’s unique adventure, challenges and rewards. Please join us for “Do It Yourself Alaska” a presentation on fishing and traveling our 49th state.
WHEN: Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center, 8050 Running Valley Road — Bartonsville (Stroudsburg), PA 18360
GPS Coordinates for KCEEC – Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center:
Longitude (West) – 750 17’ 48.552”
Latitude (North) 400 59’ 21.1164”
Directions to Monroe County Conservation District and the Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center
(Exit 302 I-80West or 302B I-80 East)
* Make a left onto Route 611N
* Make a left onto Rim Rock Road at second traffic light
* Follow for 0.4 mile, bear right onto N. Easton-Belmont Pike
* Follow 0.2 mile, then bear right onto Running Valley Road
* MCCD/KCEEC will be 0.7 mile on left.