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Codorus Creek, York County, 4/05/13

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Went out Friday and Saturday.

Codorus creek- slow fishing used a hot pink nymph size 14 and had a few on but nothing to hand. Little creek chubs were hammering a parachute on the surface but too small to get hooked. Still seein some stocked palominos in some bigger holes. Good to know because that means the other stockies are probably still there too.

Gunpowder- got there around 11am Saturday water temp was 37 nothing happening on the surface. A lot of followers on white streamers. One fish to hand on a pheasant tail bead size 16. Water was clear. Around 2 stoneflys were everywhere then some rises in a nice riffle before a large pool. They would t take a parachute or stonefly but did have one on a size 12 caddis always good to see a good splashy rise to a caddis.

Posted on: 2013/4/8 6:25

Edited by Fishidiot on 2013/4/8 8:29:00
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Re: Codorus Creek, York County, 4/05/13

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Glad that you went to Codorus first and Gunpowder second.

Posted on: 2013/4/9 8:08


Re: Codorus Creek, York County, 4/05/13

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Seems like all my little secret private property spots have been fished now too. Man I hate when that happens especially when the creek where I go has a max on 2' deep

Posted on: 2013/4/9 8:28
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Re: Codorus Creek, York County, 4/05/13

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I'm taking it that he meant the "other" Codorus because there sure ain't no stocked golden rainbows in the TT section!

Posted on: 2013/4/9 17:40


Re: Codorus Creek, York County, 4/05/13
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I think he was in the Codorus Proper above the TT section where it is stocked. Although it is pretty common for rainbows to move down into the TT section.

Posted on: 2013/4/9 20:03
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