|Date of Update:||4/27/2017
|Author:||TCO State College Staff
|Highlight:||Penns is looking good. Bugs are really starting to pick up and fish are spread out and eating.
|Stream Level:||Penn's is running 343 cfs average is 551 CFs
|Water Temp:||high 40's/low 50's
|Fishing Overview:||Olives, grannoms, midges and tan caddis, Blue quill, Quill Gordon and Hendricksons are all going. Nymphing is always productive.
|Specifics and Tips:||Nymphing will and swinging some caddis pupa should produce. Fish will be starting to rise as we warm up and start seeing some good hatches.
|Hatches:||Grannom Caddis (12-14)
Blue Quill (14-16)
Tan Caddis (14-16)
|Hot Patterns:||BWO's (18-20)
Black Elk Hair Caddis (12-14)
Red Quill (14-16)
Hares Ear (14-18)
McKee's Rubberlegs Stone (6-10}
BH Prince (8-12)
Pheasant Tail (14-20)
GTI Caddis Larva (12-16)
Sculpin Patterns (4-10)
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