Discover some of this region’s best fly fishing. Each profile provides links to current USGS information (if available), hatch charts, and links to articles and other resources for each waterway.
First Fork Sinnemahoning Creek is a 33-mile tributary of Sinnemahoning Creek flowing through Potter and Cameron counties. It offers quality fishing for stocked and wild trout and has excellent mayfly hatches.
West Branch Susquehanna River was all but dead 50 years ago. Today, however, with reclamation efforts, the West Branch has evolved into a quality wild brown trout fishery with 26 miles of water designated All-Tackle Catch and Release.
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