- Last Updated on Sunday, 24 January 2016 15:06
There is an abundance of water in Penn's Creek right now, and caution in wading is distinctly more important than catching fish. If you fall in when wading in spring or summer, it is cold and inconvenient. If you take an inadvertent swim in Penn's Creek in the winter, you may not survive the experience. Fish with a friend and stay close to your vehicle.
My first choice for nearly any day on Penn's Creek would be a large Perla stone nymph. Trail a big bead head Walt's Worm behind it for a potent one-two punch.
Penns Creek Stream Gauge
State College, PA
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