Laurel Hill Creek, Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
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Laurel Hill Creek, Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
My tips of the week
Fish the overhangs and shaded banks. These fish should be actively feeding on terrestrial bugs. Also with the warmer weather, its time to pay attention to water temp.
Fishing Conditions

Fly Fishing Laurel Hill Creek is currently Just OK

Orvis-Endorsed guides nearby:
Nemacolin Woodlands
Seven Springs Resort

Water flow: 488 CFS

Visibility: 14 inches

Water temperature at mid-day: 64 Degrees F

Water condition: Muddy

Best time of day to fish: Mornings (6am-11am)

Best stretch: Delayed Harvest Section

Best access point: Humbert Road

Fly fishing hatches in order of importance:

Midges #18-24 BWO's #18-22 Caddis #14-16 Terrestrials #12-18

Fish species: Brown,Brook, and Rainbow Trout

Fishing season: Delayed Harvest Section Year Round

Nearest airport: Pittsburgh International Airport

Laurel Hill Creek Description

Flowing southwestward, the stream drains roughly 30 miles of the eastern slope of the Great Laurel Ridge, from the Pennsylvania Turnpike south to Confluence, a watershed of 125 square miles. Along that length it takes on at least three different personalities, offering anglers different kinds of challenges and rewards.

From the outflow of Laurel Hill Lake at Trent and downstream for several miles, ...

Techniques & Tips

Dry/dropper time... Fish will also be holding close to banks and shade, not only for thermal relief but terrestrial insects.

7-Day Forecast

For 10 day forcst go to top right of this report and click on weather report tab. 10 day.

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