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    Storm impact

    Well I just got back from fishing a PA WTS and I still can't believe how much the creek changed from a week ago. It has been re-channeled in some places, holes filled and new holes created. Most of the wood that had covered the creek is now in a few very large piles across the creek in various places, I'm talking trees that were 2-3 feet in diameter. But luckily the water is running under the piles and not backing up into dammed pools. Looking at the water line along the banks I would estimate that the water rose vertically 5-6 feet. I think that generally speaking, the creek has improved from a fishing standpoint but may have lost a bit of fish hiding structure.
    The water was still much higher than I thought it would be today but I still managed my share of browns on a Chubby Chernobyl fishing up and a mini Sex Dungeon on the way back down. All the fish I caught had huge bellies from I guess feeding on all the stuff that washed downstream.
    And for thems that know, the swimming hole is almost completely filled in.

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