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6 09, 2018

Central Pennsylvania Trout Still Showing Strong

2018-09-06T05:45:59-07:00

By: Isaac Zettle It rained nonstop in July and August in Central Pennsylvania. Our water levels were so high that most of our creeks flooded. Some rose into major flood stage. We had more than two weeks of nonstop rain. Then it took about two weeks for the water to come back down to fishable [...]

Central Pennsylvania Trout Still Showing Strong2018-09-06T05:45:59-07:00
29 08, 2018

Cumberland River Trout On Epic Summer Bite

2018-08-29T16:50:44-07:00

By: Johnny Rush After a few slower seasons trout fishing has picked up this year on the Cumberland River and the good news is that this pattern should remain until the leaves start to fall. I think the trout have been around the last few years, but high and off-color water has made it tough [...]

Cumberland River Trout On Epic Summer Bite2018-08-29T16:50:44-07:00
1 07, 2018

California’s Burney Creek Loaded with Trout

2018-07-01T13:59:35-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer Hat Creek, Upper Sacramento River, McCloud River, Pit River, Fall River and many other systems in the mountains above Redding get lots of publicity, and for a good reason. They are heavily stocked, well promoted by fly shops and frequently show up in fishing reports, on hashtags and Facebook posts. Meanwhile, there [...]

California’s Burney Creek Loaded with Trout2018-07-01T13:59:35-07:00
30 06, 2018

Georgia’s Tallulah River Heavily Stocked for Holiday Week

2018-06-30T19:43:28-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer This week will be one of the busiest of the year on the Tallulah River in North Georgia. The good news is the Georgia Department of Natural Resources knows that and is reacting accordingly by loading the river up with trout. The better news is they’ve been doing this weekly since March. [...]

Georgia’s Tallulah River Heavily Stocked for Holiday Week2018-06-30T19:43:28-07:00