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Re: favorite stream

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Little J
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Penns


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Re: favorite stream

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I'd have to say the Breeches, since I know it best & it's only 10 minutes from the house.
That said, I grew up fishing the Loyalhanna and a tiny brookie stream in that area that I'd love to get back & fish sometime.

Posted on: 4/16 15:25


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ffavorite for big browns and rainbows would have to be elk creek, hands down more lbs and inches per landing period.

Posted on: 4/16 17:25


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Re: favorite stream

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Hooked on Penns.....

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If I had to pick one stream to fish, it would Mc michaels,near stroudsburg

Posted on: 4/16 19:50


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lycoflyfisher wrote:
muncy creek may not be high up on most people's list, its where I learned to flyfish and I where i spent summers exploring as a kid


I live by Muncy. It is a nice creek with a few stockies that make it through the spring. I plan on teaching my son how to fly fish on Muncy this spring. As soon as baseball practice is over, we will hit the stream.

But if I had a choice, I would hit Penns.

Posted on: 4/16 21:07


Re: favorite stream

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A small trickle that is within 30 miles of where Clearfield Cameron centre and elk counties all come together That narrows it down

But like pcray the technical side has me tieing many more flies and many more thoughts than a brookie stream which would leave penns as that choice

Posted on: 4/16 21:30


Re: favorite stream

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I will vote for the same "secret spring creek" that flyfish1998 will not name…No we wouldn't tell anybody! So There…:•{

Posted on: 4/16 22:42


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lycoflyfisher wrote:
muncy creek may not be high up on most people's list, its where I learned to flyfish and I where i spent summers exploring as a kid


I live by Muncy. It is a nice creek with a few stockies that make it through the spring. I plan on teaching my son how to fly fish on Muncy this spring. As soon as baseball practice is over, we will hit the stream.


As recently as two years ago I have caught stockies and the occasional wild trout well into the summer (july) these spots are all a mile or more away from the nearest stocking location.
Personally i have had a lot of great fishing experiences on little pine creek.

Posted on: 4/16 22:45


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Pine Creek, deep in the canyon, away from the flatlanders, the show offs, the BSers, the liars, and the clowns.

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Re: favorite stream

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Pine creek in the canyon is certainly a very beautiful area. However the canoe and raft traffic in the spring time - especially on the weekends - gets very heavy, no?

Posted on: 4/17 7:42


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Posted on: 4/17 8:07


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Pine creek in the canyon is certainly a very beautiful area. However the canoe and raft traffic in the spring time - especially on the weekends - gets very heavy, no?


Gets pretty busy on the weekends if there is water. But it doesn't bother the fish at all. I work most weekends and my time off is during the week, and it works perfectly.

Rule of thumb for me is when the water is flowing low enough to make water passage difficult, the water is perfect for fishing. Sure hope that's the case this summer because last weekend Pine was moving along at a pretty good clip.

PS....seen my very first kayak on Kettle on Saturday. I was shocked!

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Hard to name just one. The two I fish the most are The little J and Spring, due to proximity, but.... I sure do love both BFC and Penns too.

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