PA Fishing Report 7/15/2020

Stream:  Pohopoco Creek

Date:   7/15/2020

Guide:  Ben Broscius

What to Expect: Pohopoco is at a great flow and clear. Fish have been found on the edges and deeper pockets and pools throughout the morning. As the day progresses fish the shade as many fish can be found moving to those areas.

Stream Flow: 97 CFS – Median is 73 CFS

Water Temp: Low/mid 60’s

Clarity: Clear

General Overview:  Tightlining a single nymph has been most effective in the deeper pockets and pools. Terrestrials and dries for the edges and banks.

Best Advice: Start fishing from sunrise to around 11am. Return once the day starts to cool down around 6pm or so.

Go To Patterns:

Elk Hair Caddis(16-20)

Walt’s Worm (12-16)

Orange Hotspot Frenchie(14-18)

Green mop(10-12)

Foam Beetle (12-14)

Foam Ant (12-18)

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