To honor this last charter, at the hospitality of the Corbin family, the AC descended upon the Tuscarora Club for 3 days of fishing, regalement, and sharing of stories. By invitation of Peter Corbin, Museum contributor and sporting artist, the AC were guests at the club for two full days of fishing the waters of the club for trout. AC members Parker Corbin, Jason Scott, and Albert Nichols were joined by guests Josh McBeain, Adam Trisk, and Adam Hirschberg.
Some attendees were lucky enough to sneak way from their respective work commitments and float portions of the Delaware river before meeting at the Club. On Friday evening, the group assembled one by one, sitting in the rocking chairs on the porch welcoming each new arrival. With an early morning ahead, we turned in.
The morning began with a hearty breakfast and a healthy amount of anticipation for which beats we would fish. After our meals, beats were drawn and each pair was assigned a length of water privately owned and maintained by the club on the Mill Brook. While its humble name may suggest a seemingly unimpressive trickle of water, it gloriously surprises the angler with two sizable 25ft waterfalls leading to deep pools, a covered bridge, abundant pocket water, riffles, and plunge pools. We head out to our beats and enjoyed the morning fishing the variety of water offered by the river and seeing great action both on the surface and below.