Jeff Scipione and I hit up the streams today before all of the rainfall arrived in Central PA. We fished Spring Creek and had a lot of activity fishing sub-surface. Initially the morning started off slower then what we thought but we ended up hooking into a bunch of healthy trout.
We started off taking fish on inch worms and sow bugs and then the rainfall started to drizzle. I quickly switched to an aquatic worm and fish destroyed the pattern. Several of the initial takes from the fish almost took the rod out of my hand and made the hook ups very easy to land the trout. As the rain started to pour down on us the fishing picked up and we were slamming into trout. Soon after, the grumbles of thunder and the realization of the two-inches of precipitation that was on its way forced us to call it a day. If only it could've held off for a few more hours, but we always need the rain this time of year to keep the streams healthy for the remainder of the summer months.
Shown below are only a couple of the larger fish that we caught, but stay tuned for the rest of the fish that are on Jeff's camera!