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Re: Finding Brookie Streams ..

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What Pt said. When I was fishing last May up in NC the only place I fished that was stocked was Pine Creek. There the green drake hatch rivals that hatch anywhere.
I ws fishing the drakes alone, no one was around and the brookies were pounding the fly. As for when I've seen them anywhere from 3rd week of May to the end of the 1st week of June. A lot depends on where you are.

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Re: Finding Brookie Streams ..

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Thanks to all for the help in this thread, PM's and emails. Found 2 spots in the poconos yertday AM but was only able to to fish one as I had issues with access, posted land, etc ... think next time I'm going to find/hit some that are in public forests. By 11:30 - ish got a lil frustrated and headed down to the LL.

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Glad to help.

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Thanks to all for the help in this thread, PM's and emails. Found 2 spots in the poconos yertday AM but was only able to to fish one as I had issues with access, posted land, etc ... think next time I'm going to find/hit some that are in public forests. By 11:30 - ish got a lil frustrated and headed down to the LL.



Good for you Stagger. There are some real nice streams to explore up there.

It's best to do your research with maps, NR listings, etc., and always include a Plan B and C in case the stream is posted, not fishable, or not productive. Streams running through public land are always a good bet to at least assure accessibility.



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Re: Finding Brookie Streams ..

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Yea Afish .. going to be hit and miss as I get the feel when I explore alone.

Last year, the 1st time I went out by myself not on a creek called the Neshimany, I had a day planned out to hit pickering creek. Spent most of the day driving around Pheonixville, crossing over the creek numerous times. My inexperience led me to not finding (or knowing where to look) any access points, parking, etc .. same thing later on that day when I finally just went to VC but thought the creek was only the small section in VForge park.

Part of the good ole' learning curve!

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