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Other Local Waters

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Penns Creek has 35 miles of trout water making it Pennsylvania’s longest limestone trout stream. The 11 mile section from Coburn downstream to Weikert, is rated Class A wild trout water. We primarily fish the four-mile section near Cherry Run which is the catch-and-release area. Fly-fishing on this part of Penns produces large wild trout and fish exceeding 20 inches is a very high possibility.

Penn’s is famous for its Green Drake Hatch. One of the greatest spectacles in the Fly Fishing world. Plan on fishing into the darkness during this amazing evening hatch. Penn’s also has practically every hatch imaginable and multiple hatches will occur at the same time. This can frustrate an angler trying to match the hatch. The fish of Penn’s Creek have a large smorgasbord of insects which allows these fish to become trophy trout.

Wading on Penns can be extremely difficult. Studded boots are a big help to navigate the waters. A wading staff is also very helpful.

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Spring Creek, a limestone spring creek, is one of Pennsylvania's best trout streams even though it flows through a rather populated area. The stream has more wild brown trout in a given amount of water than any stream in the state. Fly fishing Spring Creek ranks at the top of many northeastern angler's top trout stream list.

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Yellow Creek is a premier limestone stream with 10 miles of stocked water. There are many wild trout throughout. The large boulders, deep pools and fast riffles produce large trout all season. The Catch and Release Fly Fishing Only Area holds a healthy population of wild brown trout and is stocked with rainbow trout. Yellow Creek is a beautiful stream with amazing hatches.

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If seclusion and serenity is what you are looking for, join us into the Pennsylvania mountains for a wild fishing experience. There are many native brook trout in our mountain streams and it can be rewarding sneaking through a small stream and throwing dry flies for opportunistic brook trout. It can be so peaceful and in most areas you will not hear a sound but the water flowing downstream.

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Enjoy a warm summer day on one of the largest tributaries to the Susquehanna River. The Juniata has a variety of fish species, mainly we focus on the large population of smallmouth bass on the fly. No need for waders to enjoy a day on the stream and casting imitations trying to lure a large smallmouth bass from behind a rock.

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