Langhorne Rod & Gun Club
Welcome to the Langhorne Rod and Gun Club!
You have found the website of one of the best clubs in Pennsylvania . Langhorne Rod and Gun holds many events throughout the year including Archery, Trap, Black Powder Muzzle Loader, Pistol, CMP / NRA Highpower Rifle, Sporting Clays, and Fishing. Our goal is to provide you with useful information about our Club that we hope makes it easier for you to take advantage of all we have to offer.
If you are new to the club, visit the "About Us" page to read some club history and our mission statement. The "Facilities" page has information about all the ranges the Club has to offer. Prospective members will find answers to most questions on the "Membership" page.
The Club is open to members from 9:00am to Sunset everyday, except for scheduled Club sanctioned events (see calendar). Some ranges are reserved for special events, so be sure to consult the Calendar!
Annual LRGC Kid's Trout Fishing Derby
Come out for a great day of fishing and family fun on the club's beautiful secluded section of the Neshaminy Creek. Kids ages 3-15 are welcome to come out and try their luck reeling in one of the trout the club stocks the Neshaminy with just days earlier! Prizes are awarded for boy and girl categories!
This event is open to the public! There is no admission fee for LRGC members. Non-members pay $5.00 per child (or $10 per family). Fishing gear is available for loan. Make sure to bring a lunch and refreshments.
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LRGC fish & game committee
Small Stream Tactics and Tackle Seminar
March 11, 2017
·Place: Langhorne Rod & Gun Club (main Building)
·Class Time: 3-4 hours
·Cost: $20.00 per person
·Tickets available in advance
·Tickets will be available at the door on the day of event and at the February and March LRGC General meetings
Jerry Girard, is a PA leader in Fly Fishing
He is a member of the American Museum of Fly Fishing. He is a board member of the PA Fly Fishing Museum and Catskill Fly Fishing Center.
Jerry is also an avid collector of angling artifacts and antique firearms.
Seminar will cover the following topics:
· Tackle, Equipment and type of fly rods needed for fishing small streams
* Flies used for small streams and how they are fished
* Reading the water & how to locate small streams
* Leaders and knots
* Fishing tandem fly setups
* Types of casts for small stream fishing
* Stream approach and stealth when wading
Following the Presentation there will be a question and answer period.
Following the question and answer period Jerry Girard a collector of antique tackle and Firearms will be available to appraise your fishing tackle and your firearms.
Items for an evaluation: Fishing Rods, Reels, Flies, Books or Firearms.
We are proud to announce the Langhorne Rod and Gun Club Annual Banquet
Saturday, April 1, 2017
6:00 to 11:00 p.m.
The United German Hungarian Club
4666 Bristol Road
Please join us for an evening of celebrating our Jewel of Bucks County!
Tickets are available for purchase at general meetings
or by contacting Donna Esposito 215-350-4170
THIS IS A MEMBERS ONLY EVENT
Would you really really really rather be fishing?
As the Bass Pro Shop Commercial asks.....
Well 2015 is here and I should be out fishing in March. How about you? I fish mostly freshwater but do some saltwater too. Largemouth bass, Smallmouth bass and Pickerel are what I am most successful with. Trout and Stripers, I love catching them but I am not as successful with. I fish from shore, kayak fish and fish on some friends' boats.
I know LRGC has a bunch of fisherman. I would like to connect with the other fishermen in our club and see about getting us working and enjoying fishing together. Some thoughts I had are:
· Local Fishing trips to local lakes
· Camping/fishing trips in PA
· Fishing clinics/meeting to discuss tactics etc(more for off season)
· An email list that we can update each other and discuss what’s hot
So are you interested? Shoot me an email so we can try to get all of us LRGC fisherman out together in 2015.