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Clarks Creek, Dauphin County, 4/24/14

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I fished Clarks today beginning at 1:30. I put in just below the AT. The stream was up bug clear and fishable. The air temp was about 62 and the water temp about 50. There was a good hatch and later a spinner fall. Looked like BWO's size 16 and rusty spinners later. There was also some caddis activity. There were a good number of rising fish. I brought 7 to hand mostly on size 16 comparadun with an antron tail. Also took two in PHT nymphs. The fish looked unmarked and healthy. I could swear they were not stocked, but am not certain. The hatch ended at 4:30 pm, but the fish continued to short strike a size 12 thorax adams with cut wings.

A very good day for my first day out for 2014

Posted on: 4/24 21:49

Edited by Fishidiot on 2014/4/24 22:44:59
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Re: Clarks Creek, Dauphin County, 4/24/14

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Must be fishing poorly . Glad ya got some Andy.

Posted on: 4/25 11:27
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