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Re: New Penns Creek Information

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The PA TU Trout Management Committee decided to take no action at this time on this issue,
"3. Penn’s Creek: It has been proposed to change the TT section of Penn’s Creek to CR. Some of the TMC membership attended the public meeting on this proposal and reported significant opposition from the landowners. Since all access to this area is on private land and the rule change could increase angler use, it is clear that public access is the most important issue for this section of Penn’s Creek. "
There is general agreement among the Committee that the regs are good the way they currently are.

Posted on: 2012/8/13 17:37
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It's time to stop stocking all wild trout streams no matter what Classification they are, and time to eradicate brown trout in some of our limestone streams and re-establish brookies in them.


Re: New Penns Creek Information

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Guys you are talking about high summer temperatures, ie, sir temps vs water temps, they are 2 very different things. PFBC shocks streams during the summer, the sections PFBC shocked is cold water, not highly impacted by high water temperatures. There is little risk to the fish as long as the temps are below 70. The sir temps can be as high as 100° while the water temp is in the 60'S.
I'm not saying those are the temps just using an illustration.

Posted on: 2012/8/13 17:48
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It's time to stop stocking all wild trout streams no matter what Classification they are, and time to eradicate brown trout in some of our limestone streams and re-establish brookies in them.


Re: New Penns Creek Information

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There are some trout way over 20" They don't gewt big from being dumb.

Posted on: 2012/8/14 9:07


Re: New Penns Creek Information

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Again as I stated this area where the water they shocked in my opinion is not water that would hold alot of big trout so the numbers on the size doesnt really matter to me. There are hog trout but you gotta work for them there there in other areas people dont want to walk and work to fish.

Posted on: 2012/8/14 9:10


Re: New Penns Creek Information

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Your right Hook_Jaw... however that is one of my favorite places to fish because its right there and I have caught more fish in that area than I could ever count, but I wish I had a dollar for every mile i've walked up and down from were Old Mingle below the tressel up to Coburn!

Posted on: 2012/8/14 10:58


Re: New Penns Creek Information

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I fully unserstand Ingleby when the water was up I caught some decent size trout in the hole in front of Wingards and down below your camp to where the train bridge is out

Posted on: 2012/8/14 13:27


Re: New Penns Creek Information

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thats a good point

Posted on: 2012/8/14 13:37



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