Stream reports and conditions for Penns Creek, Spring Creek, Little Juniata, Pine Creek, Big Fishing Creek, Kettle Creek, Manatawny Creek, Tulpehocken Creek, Lackawanna River, Pohopoco, Mud Run, Valley Creek, Saucon Creek, Bushkill Creek, Little Lehigh, Broadhead Creek, Lehigh River, Lackawanna River and others that we guide on. We only post stream report on creeks/rivers we have been fishing or guiding on that week and have direct knowledge from other guides or clients. We don’t SPOT BURN, some creeks we mention and some we will not. Remember you should just fish by the tree that is next to the rock. That is our favorite spot.
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PLEASE NOTE, we are out guiding and I will try and update the best I can. We are booked up and will be on the road a lot. Should be able to update once a week or every few days. So please check back. Our Facebook post are also a good source of stream conditions and might be more current.
Rick, Taylor, Dave R., Dave A., Brian, Derek, Bill, Shane
November 25th, 2023
Central PA Fishing
This shot of rain really helped the water levels. Should get the late spawning fish going. Be careful, spawning has started, watch where you step. BWO’s and Midges are the ticket on Penns Creek. Don’t forget to use cressbugs on Spring Creek.
Been out several time this past week. Had one excellent day of fishing with 21 coming to the net, BWO all the way.
Spawning has started and is almost over. I have been out fishing and BWO’s working the best. You will find one here and there willing to come up on the dry. Water is at a the best level right now. No need to go out until 10 am.
Very good fall fishing right now. The big browns are around along with rainbows. Water is low, goo time to wade.
The river is still fishing pretty good, streamers fished slow.
Come fish Penns Creek from Weikert through Ingleby, Poe Paddy State Park all the way to Coburn. We will also fish Spring Creek from Benner Spring in State College, Fisherman’s Paradise and all the way to Milesburg. We can’t forget about Big Fishing Creek in Lamar. We can cover the narrows all the way up stream past the Taylorsville hatchery. All fishing is catch and release. We will target Rainbow, Brown and Brook trout. All creeks are within driving distance of State College and Bellefonte. Come enjoy the best hatches in the state, Cahills, Grannoms, Hendricksons, Quill Gordons, March Browns, Grey Fox, Sulphurs, Stoneflies, Blue Wing Olive, Green Drakes, Slate Drakes and Caddis.
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