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PA
United States
40° 50' 5.2368" N, 77° 49' 10.8516" W

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Fishing Report
December 17, 2014

Stream: Spring Creek

Water Conditions:

Date of Update: 12/15/2014

Author: TCO State College Staff

Highlight: Water flow is a bit higher from recent precipitation. Trout are still spawning! Please do not target spawning fish!

Stream Level: Today: 70 cfs Average: 72 cfs

Water Temp: 50's

Clarity: Some color

 

Fishing Overview: Nymphing will likely produce the best result with BWO's and some small caddis dry fly fishing possible in the afternoons. Please watch for redds and spawning fish. Avoid them as much as possible. PLEASE CLEAN YOUR GEAR AFTER FISHING SPRING! New Zealand Mud Snails have been identified on Spring Creek!!! Please copy and paste the link below to find out how to clean your waders after fishing Spring Creek: http://seagrant.oregonstate.edu/sgpubs/onlinepubs/g10001.pdf

Specifics and Tips: Nymphing will still be your best bet for consistent activity, but some dry fly fishing opportunities still exist in the afternoons with caddis and BWO's.

Hatches: Midges (22-26), Little BWO (18-20)

Hot Patterns: BWO Nymphs and Dries (18-20), Pheasant Tails (14-16)Tan and olive bird of prey caddis (14/16); Brown Zebra Midge (18-22); Walt's Worm (14/16); Olive Scud (14-18); Sow Bug (14-16), adult midges (#20-24), Green Weenie (14-16), Slumpbusters (6-10), Woolly Buggers (6-10

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Fishing Report
December 8, 2014

Stream:     Spring Creek

    Water Conditions:     

    Date of Update:     12/3/2014

    Author:     TCO State College Staff

    Highlight:     Water flow about average today and a perfect green color after the snow/rain. Trout are spawning! Please do not target spawning fish!

    Stream Level:     Today: 65 cfs Average: 62 cfs

    Water Temp:     50's

    Clarity:     Clear

 

    Fishing Overview:     Nymphing will likely produce the best result with BWO's and some small caddis dry fly fishing possible in the afternoons. Please watch for redds and spawning fish. Avoid them as much as possible. PLEASE CLEAN YOUR GEAR AFTER FISHING SPRING! New Zealand Mud Snails have been identified on Spring Creek!!! Please copy and paste the link below to find out how to clean your waders after fishing Spring Creek: http://seagrant.oregonstate.edu/sgpubs/onlinepubs/g10001.pdf

    Specifics and Tips:     Nymphing will still be your best bet for consistent activity, but some dry fly fishing opportunities still exist in the afternoons with caddis and BWO's.

    Hatches:     Midges (22-26), Little BWO (18-20)

    Hot Patterns:     BWO Nymphs and Dries (18-20), Pheasant Tails (14-16)Tan and olive bird of prey caddis (14/16); Brown Zebra Midge (18-22); Walt's Worm (14/16); Olive Scud (14-18); Sow Bug (14-16), adult midges (#20-24), Green Weenie (14-16), Slumpbusters (6-10), Woolly Buggers (6-10)

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    Conservation Note:     PLEASE CLEAN YOUR GEAR AFTER FISHING SPRING! New Zealand Mud Snails have been identified on Spring Creek!!! Please click the link below to find out how to clean your waders after fishing Spring Creek:http://seagrant.oregonstate.edu/sgpubs/onlinepubs/g10001.pdf ANGLERS VISITING OUR AREA: Specifically those of you who just fished the Delaware River (or other streams in the NY Catskill Region),the Farmington in Connecticut, or Maryland's Gunpowder River, Please clean your boots and waders with a diluted bleach solution OR hot water(must be over 140 degrees f) and laundry detergent - It must soak for at least 30 minutes to be effective. DIDYMO has been identified in these watersheds. Another option is to purchase a second pair of boots and waders to wear only in infected waters. It's the only sure way not to spread DIDYMO. Please be responsible - Don't spread DIDYMO TO Central Pennsylvania!

 

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