Paul Rebarchak

At the age of 5, Paul cut his fishing teeth on the Lehigh River at the Tannery bridge near White Haven PA.  His father enjoyed fishing and fortunately enjoyed taking Paul and his brother along.  Paul started flyfishing and fly tying in high school and jumped in with both feet while attending The Pennsylvania State University where he honed his fly tying skills under the tutelage of Barry Beck.  He has lived at the headwaters of Spring Creek for 36 years and has been guiding the areas streams for the last 30 years.  Paul has had many fly fishing adventures over the years – from Alaska to the backwaters of Grand Isle, LA – including yearly excursions to Wyoming and Montana that he shares with his fly fishing wife, Gretchen. He’s active with the Spring Creek Chapter of Trout Unlimited, which he considers to be his way of saying thank you to helping preserve the fine waters of central Pennsylvania

Caleb Rebarchak

Caleb grew up in an outdoorsy family, learning how to fish and hunt from an early age. It wasn’t until around 10 years ago that he seriously got into fly fishing, and jumped in with both feet. He has been guiding since 2013, and thoroughly enjoys being able to teach people about fly fishing and stream ecology. Having grown up in Boalsburg (close to State College), he’s pleased to call Spring Creek his home water and is very thankful to have some of the top fishing in the East within a 45-minute drive from his house! Caleb and his family are happy to be able to call the State College area “home.”