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Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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Fished yesterday SB Codorus Creek from 7:30 to 10. No luck a couple rises to a 12 black gnat and on nice size fish on a 12 Bead head prince (never saw the fish) that got off.

Fished upstream section of seven valleys by the Fire Department.

Still a nice morning out but awfully hot and humid gonna have to try wet wading next weekend.

Posted on: 2013/9/3 11:32


Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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Glenny have you hit up the TT section of Codorus near Porters? It is a nice little tailwater about 7 miles from Seven Valleys that stays nice and cold year round and is usually pretty productive for brownies.

Posted on: 2013/9/3 12:45


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Barnuba wrote:
Glenny have you hit up the TT section of Codorus near Porters? It is a nice little tailwater about 7 miles from Seven Valleys that stays nice and cold year round and is usually pretty productive for brownies.


Yeah...also you are fishing in the lower limit of the stocked area. That area is terrible. Try upstream (south on 616) where it hits route 216 Centerville and fish north (Back downstream)to Grannery Road. This area is open to fishing year round and gets a couple light stockings and had good numbers of wild brown trout. and it stays cooler with Pierceville run and other tribs helping it along.

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Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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I will have to give it a try this weekend. Any reccomended flys for the TT section.

Posted on: 2013/9/6 11:21


Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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I will definitely try the area upstream of Grannary road. Any tips on summer flys. I here wooly buggers and green weenies work good any reccomendations? New to the area and just getting a feel on where the best spots are. Thanks for the tips


Posted on: 2013/9/6 11:23


Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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A bead head hares ear will almost always catch a few trout on S. Codorus, when water is higher or a little off color i have caught on San juan worm. No 12-16 for the hares ear.

When water is high and off color is my favorite time to drag buggers, these fish miss a lot so don't set hook until you feel a good tug for 5 seconds or so.

Try the waters between gannery road and Glen Rock

Posted on: 2013/9/6 11:51


Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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You'll find wild browns upstream as far as the village of Railroad, but I would not recommend going up that far, as the density is fairly low. The point is that I would not restrict myself too much geographically.

Posted on: 2013/9/7 14:42


Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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I have a lot of success with an attractor up top and a pheasant tail down low

Posted on: 2013/9/8 20:43


Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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Well tried SB CC Grainary Rd to the the Rail Trail Bridge. Not too much action 5 bluegill and one creek chub. Swa one trout in a pool but couldnt interest him. Well hopefully things will pick up with the cooling weather. Think I will try the TT section next weekend.

Posted on: 2013/9/9 14:34


Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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Went to the TT section of the CC (Brown Rd and upstream) on sunday the 15th and quite a few guys with spinning gear. Heard of 3 being caught and I caught one 12" Brown on a 12 beadhead prince. Saw some fish rising in the pools so switched to a Royal Wulff size 14 and picked up a 5" brown. After that the bite dried up. Now that the weathers cooler will have to try again next weekend either the TT section or Muddy Creek.

Posted on: 2013/9/17 11:26


Re: Codorus Creek, York County

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I fished the s branch sat from around grainery upstream. Caught one bass, one blue gill, two rainbows and a brown. All on black or brown buggers.

Posted on: 2013/9/17 12:24



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