Welcome to Keystone Fly Fisher
Updated: Apr 2
Mission statement: To bring you informative, educational, and entertaining stories and photos about fly fishing in Pennsylvania and beyond.
What viewers can expect from Keystone Fly Fisher: Regular blog posts featuring popular waters from around the state and country as well as articles pertaining to conservation and industry news, product reviews, and opinion pieces.
Article and photo contributions: Writers and photographers are encouraged to submit their work to Keystone Fly Fisher for consideration for publication in the magazine as well as the blog. We’re in need of all types of work related to fly fishing in Pennsylvania and beyond. Payment is negotiable.
A magazine in the works: We’re hoping to bring you a full-sized, digital magazine dedicated to fly fishing in the near future. While there is currently no timetable set for publication of the first issue, we are currently seeking submissions. Feel free to send a query via the contact page on this website.
Conservation and news: Is your local fishing club or chapter of Trout Unlimited holding a special event or stream improvement project? Let us know and we will gladly promote the event on this website.
Product reviews: If you’re a company with a new product that you’d like reviewed in a future blog post or in the magazine, feel free to drop us a line via the contact page on this website.
The guy behind this madness: Ralph C. Scherder, III, is an award-winning writer and photographer whose work has appeared in numerous magazines including Ohio Valley Outdoors, Pennsylvania Angler & Boater, Pennsylvania Outdoor News, New York Outdoor News, Fur-Fish-Game, Sports Afield, and many others. He writes a fly fishing column and a whitetail deer column for Pennsylvania Outdoor Journal and a hunting column for Ohio Valley Outdoor Times. He is an active member of the Pennsylvania Outdoor Writers Association and Outdoor Writers Association of America. He lives in Butler, PA, with his wife Natalie, their daughter Sophia, and their rambunctious English setter named Charlie.