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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013
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And now we can appreciate the value of a photograph, no matter the risk. Memories of these events are sharper than your image, but still sharpened by your image. Great job!

Posted on: 2013/10/19 10:02
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013

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Maurice

Nice meeting you yesteday. Picked up one brown about 10" on an olive woolybugger but nothing else. How did you do with the new streamer?

Posted on: 2013/10/21 9:07


Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013
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Same as you. 1 -10" wild brown. And about a million leaves. IN an hour..that has to be a record. Oh and my line broke 30 ft in and I tied a splice into it with some 1x tippet. What a miserable time stripping that through the guides.

But on a happy note, I enjoyed meeting you too.

Posted on: 2013/10/21 19:05
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013

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Where are all the rainbows? I caught 7 browns last week and everyone else is reporting browns. How many rainbows were stocked?

Posted on: 2013/10/21 20:07


Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013

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I stopped in this afternoon for a short time and fished up from the Piney Hill Road parking area. Almost took home the skunk. The leaves were a real issue. The entire water column was full of them. I did manage to catch one of the newly stocked rainbows (about 13-14") on a size 8 Picket Pin. Didn't even see a brown. Water temp was 53 degrees. The bite was definitely off this afternoon.

Posted on: 2013/10/21 21:24


Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013
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Turning in a rainbow skin will get you one free rapala....

Posted on: 2013/10/23 9:29
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013

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A lot of the bows usually end up somewhere from the big rock hole upstream in the faster stretch.

Posted on: 2013/10/28 16:12
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013
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Quote:

JakesLeakyWaders wrote:
A lot of the bows usually end up somewhere from the big rock hole upstream in the faster stretch.


I found a pile of them in a slow deep pool and snuck up on them and hit them on the head with red hots. Got about 6, missed a few too. Almost no drift. It became a zen thing. They were not there last week....

Posted on: 2013/10/28 17:33
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013

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I noticed that before on Muddy. I have a few favorite spots up past big rock and through "S" as I call it. Sometimes I find them in a school and other times I have to pick all the pockets to get the money.

Here's how my day goes on my from the bottom up.

In the pines, "the pines" where are he sun don't ever shine (far bank) a trout would shiver on my line. Then I hit the upper hemlock run, skip most of the next stretch. Fish from below the big rock up though the "S" to beaver rock. Take a break, head up to Tom's then if the fishing is good continue to upper wire hole. Bad day I turn around and try a different approach.

Posted on: 2013/10/29 21:31
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/15/2013

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Fished last sunday morning in the 1/4 mile stretch above the hemlocks with a bugger and scud and nothing. There were a few cars parked there and one from Delaware. Just wondering if anyone has had any recent success.

Posted on: 2013/11/5 8:26



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