Southeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report – March 28th, 2014

Struble Reservoir (Chester County) — Ice fishing continued through early March, with nice catches of perch and catfish reported, along with walleyes until the season ended. Medium minnows on tip-ups were catching the walleyes and small or fathead minnows were the ticket for catfish and perch.

Valley Creek (Chester County) — Flow was a little high from rainfall March 14, but clear and in the 30s. Blue-winged olives and midges were hatching. Small nymphs fished deep and slow under indicators were effective.

Tulpehocken Creek (Berks County) — Muddy water, about 36 degrees, was reported March 14. Flow was high. Trout were stocked March 11. In fishable conditions, bigger nymphs and white streamers were working. Large Caddis Larvae and Green Weenies were effective. Blue-Winged Olives (20-24) and Midges (18-24) were hatching.

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