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Ridley Creek Conditions

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With hurricane Sandy, the noreaster etc. what's the condition of Ridley Creek? Has it been adversely effected, is it fishable?

Posted on: 2012/11/12 10:38


Re: Ridley Creek Conditions

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GS - the island at the main parking lot pool is no longer, thanks to the high water. MaryK did say Mother Nature would eventually get rid of it. Didn't see too many trouts last week.

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Posted on: 2012/11/12 11:00
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Re: Ridley Creek Conditions

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Flows should be average or a little low and water clear. That was the situation on near-by Crum Ck last week just after the storm. Those Delaware County streams go up and down like a yo-yo due to the amount of impervious surfaces in their drainage basins, but I suspect that Crum is the least flashy, at least above Springton Res, due to the amount of open space in its drainage basin.

Posted on: 2012/11/12 14:00






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