North Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – July 5th, 2013

Penns Creek (Union, Mifflin counties) — Lower-than-normal flow with good clarity and water temperatures in the 50s were reported June 24. A dry-dropper technique using a Stimulator or other Sstonefly pattern on top and nymph below was recommended for daytime fishing. Good dry flies included spinnerfall and caddis patterns.

Spring Creek (Centre County) — Clear, average flow in the 50s was reported June 24. Nymphing with caddis larvae patterns and small Pheasant Tails was the best bet for catching numbers of trout, although dry fly action was reported in the evening hours. Hatches included midges (22-26), blue-winged olives (18-22), tan caddis and Cahills (14-16), and craneflies (16-18).

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