Penns Creek, PA

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Outing Information

Start/End Time
8:00am to 5:00pm
Best Fishing Time
Water Temp
Water Clarity
Water Level
Derek Moon

Fish Caught

Rainbow Trout

Caught Avg Size Pattern Optional Fields
5 12" #10 Green Green Weenie
5 12"

Brown Trout

Caught Avg Size Pattern Optional Fields
8 13" #10 Green Green Weenie
3 13" #18 Black Zebra Midge
2 13" #12 Pink San Juan Worm
13 13"
Total: 18 fish Top Patterns: Green Weenie (13) Zebra Midge (3) San Juan Worm (2)


Mostly Cloudy X
Rain - Light X X
Air Temp High/Low
- / -
Wind Direction
Weather Front
Moon Phase
58% Full (Waning gibbous)

Other Patterns Tried

  • #10 Olive Woolly Bugger


No hatch information for this outing.

Insect Seining

No seining information for this outing.

Fishing Partners

Eddie Stroud
Tyler Moon


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Tyler, Eddie and I completed a 1916 mile fly fishing trip from the 30th of June to the 4th of July. We drove to Pennsylvania on the 30th and fished Penns Creek on the 1st and 2nd of July. Tyler and Eddie were guided by Domenick from Troutbitten on Thursday. I think we ended the first day with about 18 fish; mostly browns but some rainbows. Tyler spent a number of hours targeting a golden rainbow but was unable to get the fish to eat. The average size of the fish caught was around 12"; we did catch a few in the 14-15" range. Penns is a beautiful river and has tons of bugs available as a food source for the trout. The section of the river we fished is not stocked; although, there were many fish that have migrated down from the stocked section including all of the rainbows and the golden rainbow.