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Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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hey guys...went from 4-7...wish I could have stayed later but I had other commitments...spit the poop with Bob and bought some tying supplies then hit up the stream behind the shop...kept switching from streamers to dries...got 3 on an olive bugger...the dries were just not happening...I tried caddis....and a cream colored cahill...I guess it was just too early for dries and with the heat the fish were staying deep...might try shenango below the dam again tomorrow

Posted on: 2013/6/1 22:02


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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The two I got on caddis dries there were around 6:30ish or so. Pretty much the only 2 I saw rising at that time. Didn't fish the hole behind the shop, there were guys in it the entire time I was there. Couldn't get any on streamers or streamers, although I fished dries for the most part. Found a decent brown feeding actively on nymphs down by the lazy hole but I couldn't get him to eat anything. Saw some rises down that way but nothing consistant. The moral of the story, fish after the sun goes down!lol When I talked to Bob yesterday he said people have been getting some fish on top real early in the mornings too.

I fished the Shenango this afternoon and it was tough, even for bass. No trout, well my brother got one spinfishing. Got a carp though. Gonna try again tomorrow evening or Monday morning, or both for trout. Saw some caddis hatching today so hopefully the trout are still eating them in the mornings and evenings. Also fished Slippery Rock this morning and got one bow. Tough there too.

Posted on: 2013/6/1 22:44


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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got to the shop around 8:30 or so, no one around, no cars, no people, nothing!! fished till about 9:45, tons of bugs, tons of fish, tons of fun, all good!
did I mention, NOBODY was there????
see the same thing in central pa, everyone leaves just before it HAPPENS!
like Ryan said, fish were rising all over the place.

Posted on: 2013/6/1 23:36


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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Posted on: 2013/6/2 7:57
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Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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NICE!!! According to the shop's website it says they are done now. Hmmm. You think they'll still be on tonight? This is my first year attempting to fish this hatch, is three good days in a row normal?

Posted on: 2013/6/2 9:16


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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brown drake spinner will most likely happen now that the duns are done.

Posted on: 2013/6/2 11:22


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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the spinners may be there tonight as the last day. I'm sure you'll get some stragglers either way. You HAVE to stay late to get the action. To find out for sure, just walk along the stream and look at the large leafed trees and see if the spinners are hanging underneath. I have some pictures of them that I'll post later. That will let you know if there will be some spinners that evening. If you see a handful on the leaves, then you'll def see a ton in the evening.

Just go. Be prepared with some size 14 white spinners just in case. The cahill spinners should give some action if the drakes don't show up.

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Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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I was able to fish it this evening from 7ish till about 9:40. Caught 1 on a caddis dry, missed another, lost one on a brown drake dry, and caught a 3 on streamers. I was fishing a 2 fly rig at one point and almost caught 2 trout at the same time, but one of them popped off right before I got them to the net. That was fun. There were some brown drakes, as well as cahills, but there were very trout rising. I caught a handful of fish so it wasn't a bust, but I was hoping for some fast and furious topwater action! Oh well. My brother was with me and he caught one or two browns and a decent bow(probably from the lunker stocking). I'll post some pics in the morning.

Posted on: 2013/6/2 23:14


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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Took Ryan's advice and looked under the leaves for drake spinners. Well, I found some, and they were flying around pretty good when it got dark, but the fish just didn't really want them.

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Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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What time did you leave the stream?

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Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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About 9:45ish. There weren't a ton of drakes like there were friday(when I know I left too early), but there were some along with a few cahills. The fish just weren't interested except for the one I got on a caddis and the one I lost on a drake as I said.

Posted on: 2013/6/5 12:51


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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my better half is leaving this weekend to head home and see some friends before we head to the beach this week (shes a teacher so she doesnt have to work) I'm definitely going to get out late to hit the hatches. Tonight im going to tie some caddis and maybe do some sulphers and drakes if i can make it to the shop friday for some supplies

oh and nick im getting the hang of the tying quick, i just hope it carries onto other flies. ill put up a pick of my first

Posted on: 2013/6/5 18:03


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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The brown drakes are over now, although you still may find some cahills and caddis. I went back to the shenango two nights ago and even though the caddis were hatching I couldn't get any on top. Missed one though. Got 2 trout and bass on streamers. Went back yesterday during the day and didn't get any trout, but they also opened up a gate.

And nice! It's rewarding when you catch a fish on something you tied yourself.
Don't forget about woolly buggers, and green weenies!

Posted on: 2013/6/5 20:34


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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Brown drake spinners all over my buddies property just up from the. Covered bridge, we were grilling steaks and they were everywhere!

Posted on: 2013/6/5 20:56


Re: Neshannock Creek, Lawrence County, 5/18 & 5/19/13

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That's quite interesting Alan. That means the hatch spread out over a whole week. That's pretty long for this hatch.



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