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Wild Brown from a Mountain Stream
Wild Brook Trout
Mountain Stream
Does size matter? Not when it comes to
fishing for wild trout in Pennsylvania.
There are so many streams and creeks
that hold wild trout throughout the
commonwealth.

You can find wild Brook Trout ready to
eat anything that floats by. You can find
aggressive Brown Trout willing to chase a
streamer.

When I go on a trip, say to
Penns Creek,
and the water is running high and
off-color, I head to the small mountain
streams to catch trout. The water will be
high but usually clear. The higher water
will also make the fish more willing to
come out of their hiding places to take a
fly.

I reside in
Berks County (Reading PA)
area and live within walking distance of a
Class A Rated Trout stream, I love going
down there to catch small brown trout.
There are so many small streams like it in
Berks County. Everybody goes to the big
creeks and ignore the feeders where the
one year old trout like to hang out. The
largest trout I ever caught in one of
these small streams was a 17 Brown. I
found him sipping Caddis along an
undercut bank. So you never know what
might come to the net when fishing in
these remote areas.
Wild Trout Fishing in PA
Client with Wild Brown
Wild Brown
Fly Fishing Guide Service on the following Pennsylvania rivers, streams and creeks...
Valley Creek,  Perkiomen Creek, Lititz Run, Broadhead, Bushkill, Lackawaxen River, Bowman Creek, Mud Run,
Delaware River, Clark's Creek,  
Penns Creek, Spring Creek, White Deer, Bald Eagle, Fishing Creek, Big Fishing
Creek, Little Juniata River, Spruce Creek,  Pine Creek, Little Pine Creek, Cedar Run, Slate Run, Kettle Creek,
Sinnemahoning, Young Woman's, Lycoming Creek, Loyalsock Creek,
Class A Wild Trout Streams and many more!
Get Stream Reports on PA Creeks, Rivers and Streams