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Re: Big Fishing Creek, Clinton Co, 10/22/2010

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The USGS is in charge of official geographic names, and according to them the official name of both streams is "Fishing Creek."

Agencies such as the PFBC and DCNR and PennDot usually name things the same as the official USGS names. I've seen a few exceptions, but this isn't one of them.

Posted on: 2010/11/8 20:43


Re: Big Fishing Creek, Clinton Co, 10/22/2010

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Fishing Creek in Clinton Co. will always be BIG to me.

Posted on: 2010/11/8 20:55
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Re: Big Fishing Creek, Clinton Co, 10/22/2010

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Fishing Creek in Clinton County is the ONLY Fishing Creek one needs to know.

As far as Spring and its bigger fish I gota agree most are hatchery excapies. My brother and I caught 2 or 3 the one day 20-24 inches long but later found out by someone who works at the hatchery that they were recently released. It used to be like that around the Tylersville hatchery also on Fishing Creek.

Fishing Creek though the majority of your big fish are wild trout even in the stocked section. We know this for a fact since my dad is retired and watches all the stockings. It depends on a lot where you go and just being persistant whether you catch big fish or not. My fishing techniques rarely change when fishing for big fish but I do have certain sections of the streem I hit just for big trout.

Posted on: 2010/11/12 9:02



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