In this episode of Wild On The Fly, we follow Katie Cole as she goes fly fishing for Trout in central Pennsylvania. Often considered the birthplace of American fly fishing, Pennsylvania is steeped in angling history. Perhaps the epitome of that culture is Spruce Creek, favourite spot of fishing dignitaries like Jimmy Carter. Amid the usual Brown and Rainbow varieties, Katie’s ultimate quarry is a lesser-known Trout, the Palomino. Bright orange in colour, these residents can be easily stalked in the shallow, clear water, and Katie enjoys some great sport. The episode also looks at the people that maintain the rich history of Pennsylvania fly fishing, from vintage shop owners, to expert guides, to fly fishing tutors teaching at local high schools.