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Laurel Hill Creek, Somerset County, 10/07/2006

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My son and I were out on the upper DHALO near the Boy Scout Camp. We mostly fished the "Chapel Hole". Conditions were lovely. Flow was normal or slightly high. Water was slightly discolored. The sun was shining through the pretty colored leaves and a light breeze was blowing. We fished from 10:30 to 2:00.

I wasn't quite sure what the freshly stocked fish might want to eat. Turned out practically any brightly colored nymph would work. We caught one on a green weenie, and a couple on egg patterns. A nice fall day on the water with my son.

Posted on: 2006/10/7 20:32






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