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Stream: Spring Creek

Date of Update: 6/22/2021

Author: TCO State College Staff

Highlight: Spring creek is in great shape, some sections will have more color than others. Cahill and caddis just before dark will bring fish up. Morning and late evening has been best. A shot of rain last light may have colored up certain sections of creek.

Stream Level: Spring is 117 cfs at Axemann, median is 82 cfs

Water Temp: mid/high 50's

Clarity: some color

Fishing Overview: Olives, Cahill, and tan caddis are around and fish have moved into feeding lanes and looking up. Fish have been readily taking nymphs and caddis pupa throughout the day while bugs are moving.

Specifics and Tips: Fish dries in the riffles as fish will feed heavy in those prime lanes. Start throwing those terrestrials (ants/beetles/weenies).

Hatches: Tan Caddis (16-18)
BWO (18-22)
Cahill (14)
Little Sulphur (18)
Midges (22-26)

Hot Patterns: Tan Caddis (16-18)
BWO Patterns (20-22)
Sunken Ant (14-18)
Greenie Weenie (12-16)
Black Zebra Midge (18-22)
Walt's Worm (12-16)
Olive Perdigone (16-18)
Iron Lotus (16-18)
Olive & Black Slumpbuster's (6-10)
Galloup's Boogieman or Mini Dungeon Black/Olive (2-6)

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Conservation Note: PLEASE CLEAN YOUR GEAR AFTER FISHING SPRING! New Zealand Mud Snails have been identified on Spring Creek!!! Please click the link below to find out how to clean your boots and waders after fishing Spring Creek:

Click here to learn more about MUDSNAILS.

Specifically those of you who just fished the Delaware River (or other streams in the NY Catskill Region),the Farmington in Connecticut, or Maryland's Gunpowder River, Please clean your boots and waders with a diluted bleach solution OR hot water(must be over 140 degrees f) and laundry detergent - It must soak for at least 30 minutes to be effective. DIDYMO has been identified in these watersheds. Another option is to purchase a second pair of boots and waders to wear only in infected waters. It's the only sure way not to spread DIDYMO. Please be responsible - Don't spread DIDYMO TO Central Pennsylvania!

Click here to learn more about DIDYMO. This is a real threat to all of us!

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