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anyone a PA trout fisherman? what have you been using the last couple seasons? what county?

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  • anyone a PA trout fisherman? what have you been using the last couple seasons? what county?

    anyone a PA trout fisherman? what have you been using the last couple seasons? what county?

  • #2
    Valley Forge, caught big brookies.

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    • #3
      Oil City. Caught everything from big bows to a cold. Those hatchery fish are partial to big ugly flys with a little color.

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      • #4
        LUZERNE AND WOYOMING COUNTY: i se corn the first few days then move to mostly trout magnet jigs and original rapalas

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        • #5
          me im a skook (Schuylkill County boy baby...pottsville to be exact...ya know yuegling brewery pottsville maroons?....ive been using powerbait panther martins, roostertails and trout magnets last 2 years

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          • #6
            crickets cambria

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            • #7
              crickets cambria

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              • #8
                Usually only flys but when I go to bait it is usually minnow or wax worm. Indiana, Clearfeild and Cambria co

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                • #9
                  zug bugs...big bushkill, Monroe CO

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                  • #10
                    i fish in deleware county...i fish trout all year round at delayed harvest streams...I find that trout magnets work the best.I suggest going online and ordering as many as you can get.

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                    • #11
                      Waxies, red worms and baby night walkers. I fish Lackawanna, Wayne, and susquehanna counties.

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