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5/20/18….Still Crushing It!

The water cleared dramatically today and there is around 3 feet of visibility or better from the bridge in Coburn!

Elk creek is cleaner than Penns and therefore the creek is even clearer below the junction.

The Levels are dropping fast and we are grateful!

There were trout rising last night on the edges and today right in the middle of the Creek! Amazing!

Hatches:

#16 Tan Caddis

#12&14 Sulphurs

#14 Grey Fox

#10 March Browns

#18 Yellow Crane Flies

#18 Blue Wing Olives

#18 Blue Quills

The Guides are Getting It Done….these are from today…..

Posted May 20, 2018

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5/17/18…..Finally starting to improve!

Penns is looking better than it has in days and the fish are rising at the bridge. The big Sulphurs are coming off right now!

Spring Creek and Fishing creek are also fishable.

We will see what tomorrow night hold for us rain wise…..

Thanks

Jonas

Posted May 17, 2018

5/14/18…..Penns is Brown with 24” of Visibility

Here we go…….

All the creeks in the area got hit with one storm or another…..

Spring is off color but fishable….as is Fishing creek.

Penn is more brownish green with about 2 feet of visibility.

They are all improving fast, but they are calling for more rain….so who know!

Matt and a couple friends floated Penns yesterday afternoon and did quite well on streamers and then……

What for it……

Caught a number of fish on March Brown dries!!!

Because…..fish gotta eat too…..and we know how to survive in a snow storm and they know how to function and thrive in muddy water……

I’ll let you know how it is all shaping up…..

Call anytime…..Shop: 814-349-8757. Cell: 814-574-9426

Thanks. Jonas

Posted May 14, 2018

5/12/18…..MAYBE NOT SO LUCKY…..

A RARE RETRACTION……

THE FEEDER HAVE CAUGHT UP WITH US UNEXPECTEDLY AND THE CREEK HAS TURNED MUDDY!

It is No longer in fishable condition.

Should be ok by tomorrow if we don’t get more rain…..

Sorry for the now incorrect information early….

Jonas

Posted May 12, 2018

5/12/18….We have Dodged a Major Bullet!

A Rare Penns Creek Lesson……

On a rare occasion, a thunderstorm will enter the Penns Creek valley somewhere downstream of Coburn or Weikert or even Millmont. The Penns Creek USGS water level gauge is in the town of Penns Creek which is about 33 miles downstream of us. When this happens we wind up in today’s scenario where Penns Creek, all the way through the trout area all the way down to at least Millmont (the lowest area we got a report from) is in good condition with some color, but absolutely fishable!

Hatches:

#16 Tan Caddis

#10 March Browns

#18 Yellow Crane Flies

#18 Blue Wing Olives

#18 Blue Quills

#12&14 Sulphurs

Posted May 12, 2018

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