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Spring Creek Early Novenber

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I'm thinking of fishing in the Penn State area around November 9-11. I plan to hit Spring Creek as well as a few brookie creeks. What should I be throwing that time of the year and is there any stretch of water that might be fishing better than the rest at that time of year? Thanks in advance to all who post.


Posted on: 9/12 10:16
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Re: Spring Creek Early Novenber

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Walt's worm, scuds, and small pt are all you really need. Any stretch will fish well, I like at benner though.

Posted on: 9/12 12:00


Re: Spring Creek Early Novenber

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Pretty sure there is a Penn State home game that weekend. There area may be a little crowded.

Posted on: 9/12 14:03


Re: Spring Creek Early Novenber

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Also egg patterns. That will be in middle of the spawning period.



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Re: Spring Creek Early Novenber

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Yep. You are quite right. I didn’t consider that.

Posted on: 9/12 19:45
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Re: Spring Creek Early Novenber

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Quote:

Tiogadog wrote:
Pretty sure there is a Penn State home game that weekend. There area may be a little crowded.


Probably less crowded on the stream on a home game Saturday.. Might be more folks on the stream Friday and Sunday, though.

Posted on: 9/12 19:55


Re: Spring Creek Early Novenber

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I really like Yellow Sucker Spawn #14 and Golden Retrievers #8 for down below. Keep an eye out for BWO's and always carry black/gray midges #20-24 as there are always fish taking those. Griffiths Gnats in the same size range are also good to have.

Posted on: 9/12 22:21






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