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Re: Quitty, Lebanon Co. 06/29/2013

2008/8/24 20:26
From Mount Joy, PA
Posts: 127
There could be quite a bit of validity to it based on the trash seen along the banks at times, and the accessibility of the stream. Agreed that I have always seen fly guys when I'm there as well.

Posted on: 2013/7/5 11:49

Re: Quitty, Lebanon Co. 06/29/2013

2011/4/12 17:23
From Lancaster Co.
Posts: 464
Several years ago I encountered some renegades with fish on a stringer during a non-harvest period. They played dumb when I told them they couldn't keep fish. Not sure I've ever seen someone bait fishing. Lots of spin fishing which is allowed of course.

Trash has actually been better in recent years although much of what you see must wash down from Lebanon. Usually it's household waster like empty laundry detergent bottles.

I'm not sure they stock as many browns in there as they used to. When the summer time terrestrial fishing was very good it was always brown trout. As I think about it, I had really good dry fly fishing in early fall too with beetles, ants and smaller caddis. Recall one afternoon when I could hear the AC high school football game going on while I was fishing.

Posted on: 2013/7/5 11:57
"You might be a big fish, in a little pond. Doesn't mean you've won, cause a long may come, a bigger one."

Re: Quitty, Lebanon Co. 06/29/2013

2008/8/10 18:44
From lebanon, pa
Posts: 9
as far the trash, the "creek" runs right through some of the very best neighborhoods in town, and is nothing more than a concrete lined canal.

Posted on: 2013/7/6 7:27

Re: Quitty, Lebanon Co. 06/29/2013

2007/3/28 11:30
From Annville, Pa
Posts: 10
The fish that hold over fair well they are always strong and healthy. You just have to know where they are.

Posted on: 2013/7/6 20:41

Re: Quitty, Lebanon Co. 06/29/2013

2013/5/21 13:31
From Lebanon
Posts: 0
I was at Cleona park, not the DHALO area.

Friday I was there again. I think I caught the same trout again too ;)

There were some kids bait fishing, and I saw one other guy with spinning gear on my way out, but he was done for the day. Earlier in the day I had seen another car in the lot, but I guess they went upstream. I was headed down stream.

Water temp was 72F between the bridge and the reported spring, and 70F after the spring (just got a thermometer earlier that day). I should clarify that I have been told there is a spring feeding the pool where the big tree out in the water is.

I accidently waded past the posted area downstream because you can't see the sign from in the creek. The brush is very overgrown in front of it. There are some deep holes back there. I saw the back of the sign on the way out so I won't be going that far again.

There are several holesbetween the bridge and the posted area holding trout. Convincing them to bite is another issue.

Posted on: 2013/7/7 13:39

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