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Re: favorite stream

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Valley Creek and indian run...Indian run doesn't have fish like valley but I love the scenery, plus I'm usually the only one there.

Posted on: 4/15 19:53


Re: favorite stream

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brookie streams, small limestone's, and the j.

Posted on: 4/15 20:16


Re: favorite stream

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Penns

Posted on: 4/15 20:32


Re: favorite stream

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PA: Big Spring
Elsewhere: Slough Creek and a certain beaver pond on the Northwest side of Pikes Peak

Posted on: 4/15 20:46
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Re: favorite stream

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Spring Creek (too bad it's three hrs away!) Also really like Upper Kettle and Little Kettle for brookies.

Posted on: 4/15 21:34


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Juniata River

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Re: favorite stream

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muncy creek may not be high up on most people's list, its where I learned to flyfish and I where i spent summers exploring as a kid

Posted on: 4/15 22:40


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The Lehigh

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Re: favorite stream

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Oil Creek

Penns is my 2nd, once I learn more about it I could see it easily becoming my favorite.

Posted on: 4/16 3:31


Re: favorite stream

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McMichaels creek(upper stretch), lower brodhead creek, for smallies and some very nice wild fish, and Martins Creek.

Posted on: 4/16 5:07
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Re: favorite stream

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1) Little J
2) Spring Crk
3) Yellow Breeches (outside of the reg areas)

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Re: favorite stream

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don't really have one...next stream I will try.

Posted on: 4/16 8:20


Re: favorite stream

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Well - my top 3 favorites are the delaware river, spring creek, and the little j. I love them all.
However, if pressed to pick one, I'd go with the little j. That stream has given me many, many, pleasurable days in my 30+ years of fly fishing

Posted on: 4/16 9:04


Re: favorite stream

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My favorite is a mid-summer brookie outing. Hard to pick, and wouldn't name them anyway. But requirements are to be in a woodsy environment and the fishing to be pretty good with dry flies.

If only talking bigger water which I'm willing to name, I'd have to go with Penns. Between Swift Run and Cherry Run, it gives me that same deep woodsy feeling that many brookie streams do. Unusual on big water, and unusual on limestoners too, as they are usually valley streams with a more pastoral feel than a wilderness feel. But Penns has it all. Including the drive into Poe Paddy, miles of dirt roads through forest. Sets the right mood.

Add big picky fish, lots of bugs, and make it moody enough to be difficult, yet good enough to make success seem achievable. Hence hitting it right is the key, but not easy. For me, that's what makes a technical stream haunt my thoughts. The thought that success is achievable if I can just figure it out, but knowing that you haven't figured it out. It quite often surprises me, for better or worse.

Spring is great and all but too consistent. When I go there I know what I'm gonna get into, and I'm nearly always right.

Posted on: 4/16 9:42


Re: favorite stream

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the wissahickon creek because its my local stream where i have learned everything, and have so many memories. It will always be my favorite.

Posted on: 4/16 15:00



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