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Trout Hall – situated 414 East Walnut Street at Fourth Street - is the oldest home in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
It was constructed in the early 1770s by James Allen, son of the community’s founder, William Allen, as a summer home, on the property bestowed to him by his father. He named the house after his father’s hunting and fishing lodge.
It was in this country home that James Allen and his family stayed during the dark days of the American Revolution.
In the later part of 19th century, the home was completely encased within the walls of Muhlenberg College. It was restored in 1905, and became the first home of the Lehigh County Historical Society. Trout Hall, today, is a house museum maintained by the society.
Trout Hall is open to school tours and public visits.
The Castalia Trout Club (Cold Creek) and the Zanesfield Rod and Gun Club in Logan County are the only areas in Ohio where the rainbow reproduces naturally and is permanently established. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources annually stocks ...
It is dropped and roved, as with a minnow or fly. Brook trouting is the very poetry of angling. It is an intellectual amusement, too, and requires as much caution, calculation and prescience as a game of chess - as fine touches of art as are ...
Webster's Giant Trout
... watched Webster catch the fourteen-and-a-half pound trout." The much celebrated trout lives on as a wooden replica on the weather vein of the church even today. "Webster liked the area and residents so much that he asked Carman to lease him ...