Fly-fishing is an opportunity to embrace nature
Escape to the water
As a Fly-fishing instructor and guide at The Lodge at Woodloch, Adam Nidoh offers resort guests an opportunity to embrace nature and try something they’ve never done before.
He joined the staff at the Hawley, Pennsylvania spa destination resort as a Fly-fishing instructor in summer 2012 when the previous management was looking to expand activity offerings. Nidoh teaches the lodge’s Introduction to Fly-fishing and Fly-tying classes, and private instruction along with one-half and full day “catch and release only” trips on the nearby Lackawaxen and Delaware Rivers. Bring your favorite rod and reel or inquire about borrowing one from the lodge when you register for a class or book your fishing trip with Adam.
“We provide an escape in a relaxed setting,” said Adam Nidoh, Fly-fishing instructor. “…Time on the water to forget all you’ve left behind and just take in the sights, sounds and surroundings.”
Reservations are required and can be made when you book your stay or by contacting the spa concierge.
“I’m at the lodge on Tuesday and Thursday and I’m also available for one-half and full day guided trips any day of the week,” Nidoh said.
All equipment is provided during classes and guide trips and rods are also available to registered guests who want to try their hand at casting into the lodge’s Little Lake Teedyuskung from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A valid PA fishing license is required for all off property fishing excursions. Purchase your fishing license here at the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission website.
Visit thelodgeatwoodloch.com for more information.
Adam Nidoh fell in love with fly-fishing more than 15 years ago. He’s the manager of A&G Outfitters in Dickson City, PA.