Pennsylvania Stream Reports For Central and Eastern Pennsylvania, Penns Creek, Spring Creek, Pine Creek, Manatawny Creek, Tulpehocken Creek, Class A Streams

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  • Penns Creek
  • Grannoms
  • Spring Creek
  • Little Black Stonefly
  • Stonefly
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Stream Reports 9/7/2019

Rick’s Thoughts: The fall season is just getting started.  Some streams are still running on the warm side in SEPA so please check the temperature before fishing for trout.  Most streams in central pa are running in the low 60’s.  Big Pine is on the high side but the tribs are okay.  Kettle is in good shape and so is the Little J.  Penns is running a little above normal.  Don’t forget the MIGHTY ANT.

 Dave Rothrock, Dave Allbaugh, Rick Nyles, Taylor Helbig and Brian Shumaker

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Eastern PA 

Tulpehocken is running over 130 cfs. running low, 72 degree release, fish for smallmouth.  Manatawny Creek is at a good level but temps are day to day.  Don’t fish above 66 degrees.  Fish below the springs. 

Central PA 

The south central are fishing well.  The central pa streams… Spring and Big Fishing Creek are both good.  Check water and temps. Sulphurs, Caddis, Ants and Slate Drakes.  Nymph those riffles early and late. Kettle, Slate, Cedar and Little J are good right now.

Susquehanna and Juniata Rivers

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