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Trout Fishing in Central Pennsylvania

Old 02-09-2020, 09:31 AM
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Default Trout Fishing in Central Pennsylvania

With PA trout season only a few months away, its time to start planning.
A campground located in Central PA is ready to serve you. We have cabins, camper/RV sites and tent sites. We are located within close proximity of some of the best waters of Central PA. Hemlock Acres Campground, check us out! 20 miles from State College PA www.hemlockacrescampground.com (814) 349-5955
Besides lodging accommodations, this is a true DIY experience. We can give you advise and point you in the right direction or give you a few contacts, the rest is on you.

Penns Creek, 1 mile
Spring Creek, 15 miles
Fishing Creek, 15 miles
Little Juniata, 30 miles
Poe Valley and Poe Paddy, both within 10 miles

Just a few, of the many rivers, streams and creeks located nearby. Much to do in the area. Good for families, friends and small groups. See you soon. See contact info above.
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Old 02-10-2020, 05:13 PM
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Trout season? What kind of state has a trout season? Everywhere I have ever lived has allowed you to catch trout all year round.
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Old 02-11-2020, 01:19 PM
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TRUE, and that is almost the case here but because some waters are stocked you can't fish them before the season opener. Stocked waters even though they hold native fish can't be fished from March 1st till opening day. We do have year round fishing but much water is regulated as far as what and when you can keep fish. I typically don't keep any trout unless my wife and I have a real hankering for fish, do enjoy them smoked.
Stocked waters seem to keep the kids more interested because they see a lot of fish being caught.
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