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Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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Keep all the stockies you can catch and catch all the stockies that you can keep.

Posted on: 2013/4/29 21:15


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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Well I'll be invading this beautiful trout stream for the next 3 days. How are the water levels, I'm thinking a little low? Will also fish Yellow creek a few hours one day. Plan on keeping a few rainbows for our Saturday night fish fry. Have my 2wt, my "new" Eagle Claw Sweetheart, 6'6" 5wt with vintage Pflueger Medalist 1494, and a 4wt. Plan on fishing the glass rod most of the time. Pumped up to get away and enjoy the mountains, stream, my friends and some good times.

Posted on: 2013/5/1 16:49
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Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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MattM..........in the park property open fires are not allowed on Bobs . watch out for DCNR vehicles , mostly white pick up trucks . On Yellow creek it's DH so i'd be careful keepin a few to eat there also............Friendly Enough? Thanks for the compliment afish , just let me say ....... likewise.

Posted on: 2013/5/2 7:01


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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osprey there is no more DH on yellow creek they changed it to FF C&R only a few years back

Posted on: 2013/5/2 9:54


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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Thanks for the heads up Osprey but this isn't my first rodeo. I've stayed at 15 different PA State Parks, over the last 20 years. I am aware and follow all PA fish and Boat Commission laws. It's funny how you seem to assume that I would be doing illegal activity because I like to eat a few trout. It's par for the course in most of the areas state parks or fishing and hunting activities occur. The locals have a deep seeded resentment towards anyone that come into their area to partake in the activities, which only they should be able to enjoy.

Posted on: 2013/5/2 10:48
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Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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Actually Matt.......I don't want you to stumble on our moonshine still. Have you ever squealed like a pig?

Posted on: 2013/5/3 7:49


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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Never have but I'm sure you would have enjoyed that old timer ;) Didn't find any moonshine but did stumble upon a nice grove of marijuana that I helped myself to. Ran into a very nice fella named Skinner, spin fisherman, caught 17 trout and released, Saturday morning. He was promoting a neat little local lure, the Niti-1, all he uses. Had a great time as usual, killed four rainbows for the frying pan and threw all the brownies I caught up on the bank to fend for themselves. Sorry I didn't run into ya, was looking for a disgruntled one-legged purist, but all the aging men I saw with a fly rod had 'em filled with mono an minnows on the hook. Until next time...............

Posted on: 2013/5/8 11:27
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Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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I knew old man Pcola the old man who invented the Niti-1 , they still have the shop in St. Michael.......heh , believe it or not you can fish the original little black one on a fly rod as i have done alot when i was younger and had the strength to cast all that weight? I'm glad you had a good time Matt , really. The only hing i have a probleem with is tossin those brownies on the bank , why not eat them also?

Posted on: 2013/5/9 9:29


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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Quote:

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Didn't find any moonshine but did stumble upon a nice grove of marijuana that I helped myself to.


It is forum policy to PM GPS coordinates to me so I can ensure the proper removal and disposal of such things.

Posted on: 2013/5/9 10:37


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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I wanted to feed the ospreys, Osprey ;) I did see a huge bird of prey flying around on top of the mountain above Wallach's Branch, but didn't have any binos to get a closer look. It was definitely not a red tail as it was much larger and had a orangish brown color. Has anyone seen any golden eagles in this area?

Posted on: 2013/5/10 9:04
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Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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rumor is there are a few moving in the area

Posted on: 2013/5/10 14:38


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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Yes there are a few golden eagles around. A big one was hit by a truck near the cabin.....friends wanted to get it mounted but we are not allowed to. Regulations don't allow it because of the fact that it's a protected raptor.

Posted on: 2013/5/13 7:01


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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Well, that's what it had to be. It had at least a 5' wingspan.

Posted on: 2013/5/13 13:25


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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There was an article in the Bedford Gazette the local paper that the game commision found one shot in Shawnee State park it said they were investigating an incident , never saw any follow up.

Posted on: 2013/5/14 6:53


Re: Bobs Creek Bedford County

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Well I got around to uploading some photos of my trip. Me and my best friend Paul have been doing a trout trip for 12 years, fishing many different streams but Bob's has been our spot for the last 3 years. I'm on the right. Got to work out my new, old, glass rod and my dad's old Pflueger. The two best trout I caught were both 12" brownies, both released. A nice native brookie out of one of my favorite holes about 7 inches. A huge cased caddis and my pattern I tied to match, there was a pupa inside. No takers on my pattern Osprey. A nice panoramic view with my dad to the right. Another great trip! Next year I'm taking Paul to Penn's for the first time and adding a day onto the trip length.

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Posted on: 2013/5/15 13:42



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