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04-05-2012: Pine has produced truly great dry fly fishing the last week. Quill Gordons and Hendricksons dominated the hatches. The river is providing us with the most intense early season hatches that I have seen in years. It reminds me of the old Pine Creek of the 70's. We are... click here for more


03-29-2012: A cooling trend over the last few days dropped the water temperature back to more seasonable temperatures. Pine was near 60 last week. Warm for this time of year. This morning it was 48 degrees. Those upper teens and low 20's had an immediate impact on the low water.... click here for more


03-20-2012: Pine is running about normal for early May. The temperature was 54 this morning and shopuld get to the upper 50's bt this afternoon. Heavy thunder storms in Potter county last night increased the flow slightly, but still clear. Strong adult Stone Fly flights every afternoon. The Black Caddis... click here for more


3-15-2012: Pine is in great early spring conditions. Flowing below the 90 year normal, the water temperature is 44 degrees in the morning, and should touch the upper 40's by this afternoon. A beautiful lt. olive in color, with the perfect clarity for fly fishing.The hatches, at this point, appear... click here for more


03-09-2012: We received another 3/4 of and inch of rain yesterday. It was a good soaker, so most of it did not run off. Pion is slightly off color today, and flowing just under 4 ft. Spring looks like it is peeking around the corner at us. Pine is full... click here for more


03-03-2012: Rain and storms the last couple of days got Pine back up to a normal flow for this time of year. We received about 9 tenths of an inch of rain over the last two days. Pine is an Olive Drap color and clearing. Water temperature this morning was... click here for more


11-5-2011: Pine is at a good level, but a little cool. Streamer fishing is the most productive with weighted nymphs close behind. Some light Caddis activity late in the day. Other flies include a Black Stone Fly and some Baetis. Still getting good reports from fishermen using Slate Drake Emergers... click here for more


10-07-2011: Still running a little strong, but will be in good shape by the weekend. A great weather forecast and a three day holiday should finally offer some good fishing for an extended period of time. No rain is forecast in the next week, so if you are planning for... click here for more


10-02-2011: More rain in the last couple of days. Another 1/2 inch last night caused Pine to start to increase up from the low of 3.87ft. The water is clearing to Olive and hopefully will not get muddy with the latest rains. The state is going to stock on this... click here for more


09-29-11: Pine is running very high after nearly 3 inches of rain over the past couple of days. More rain is predicted over the next few days . Little chance of it becoming fishable soon. The Brown Troit Club stocked 60 large Brown Trout in the Slate Run area for... click here for more


9-03-11: Pine is in beautiful condition for this time of year. We missed most of the storms and received just enough to create great water conditions. Numerous trout survived the harvest onslought and offer good fis0hing on the upper part of the Slate Run area. Most of the action is... click here for more


09-09-11: Pine has dropped to just below the three foot level. Still some what muddy, but clearing quickly. We were very lucky.The storm was located just to our east. We had 48 hours of light to moderate rain. A total of just under 3.5 inches. Pine peaked out at over... click here for more


08-08-2011 Much needed rain over the week end helped pine somewhat. Water flow and level is up just above 80 year average. Still relatively low and warm. Forecast for additional thunderstorms the next couple of days should help. Trout fishing still not productive. The fish are stressed and just hanging... click here for more


08-01-2011: Here we are the first of August. Pine is low low low. The lack of rain in the valley has taken it's toll. Trout fishing on pine creek is futile. Slate and Cedar runs are where to go if you want to find a trout. Try for bass in... click here for more


07-25-2011: Still no decent rain in the past week. Air temperatures as high as 102 over the week end. Pine creek level hovers at 0.9' Stream gage may be bottomed out. The trout are stressed and holding wherever they can find cool, oxygenated water. Bass fishing is still the best... click here for more


07-18-2011: Pine is as low as it can get. The trout are stressed and holding wherever they can find cool, oxygenated water. Some surface activity reported early mornings. Best bet for now is to try for bass. There's plenty of eager smallies in the creek looking for an easy meal.... click here for more


07-11-2011: Pine is as low as it can get. The trout are stressed and holding wherever they can find cool, oxygenated water. Best bet for now is to try for bass. There's plenty of eager smallies in the creek looking for an easy meal. Surface poppers or colorful streamers will... click here for more


06-27-2011: Pine continues to drop and warm up. Best fishing is early morning and late afternoon. Surface activity picked still minimal. Best results continues to be nymphs fished deep. The weather forecast is for average to slightly above average temperatures (low 80's) with a chance of occasional showers for the... click here for more


06-22-2011: Pine recieved a little water overnight with a passing storm. Flows are now close to the 92 year average. Best fishing is early morning and late afternoon. Surface activity picked up yesterday with the best pattern being Slate Drake drys. The weather forecast is for average to slightly above... click here for more


06-09-2011: Pine has dropped over the last week. Still higher than the 92 year average, but significantly lower than it has been. Hatches have been light. The water is warming with these very high air temperatures. Flyfishers are catching trout in the morning and evenings. Mostly under the water surface.... click here for more


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