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Pennsylvania Angler & Boater Magazine
January / February 2010
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Feature articles
Noodle and Fly:
   Make the Crossover for more Versatile Steelhead Fishing by Linda Steiner
Pocono’s Top Ice Panfish Waters by Vic Attardo
The Gamest Fish Under the Ice by Mike Bleech
Fishing for Wild Trout by Carl Haensel
Rod Building Basics by John Allen
Which Line When? by Darl Black
The Musky Men of Elwood City by Jeff Knapp
Soft Plastic Secrets—Tips and Tactics by Chris Gorsuch
Partners Team Up for Trout by Deborah Weisberg
The Stonefly Nymph by Charles R. Meck
Special features
2010 Adult Trout Stocking Program Changes by Tom Greene
From Derailment to Three Years Later:
   The Sinnemahoning’s Fight to Recovery by Megan Kepler

Winter PLAY Newsletter by Andy Fedor and Chad Foster
Regular features
Protect • Conserve • Enhance by Executive Director Douglas J. Austen, Ph.D.
Notes from the Streams
Reflecting on the Water by Ron Kuhn
Your Fishing Field Guide by Carl Haensel
Fishin’ from the Kitchen by Wayne Phillips
Angler’s Notebook by Jerry Bush
Cast & Caught
On the cover
Mattie Jacobs and Ace Kuklin enjoy some time on the ice at Lake Ontelaunee, Berks County. Mattie enjoys ice fishing with her dad. This was Ace’s first time ice fishing. The photo won first place in the Seasonal Fishing and/or Boating category of the 2009 Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission Photography Contest. All winning entries will be included in the next issue of Pennsylvania Angler & Boater. Photo by Warren A. Jacobs.
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