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06-02-2011: We are finally back on line. Wind shears and tornado's nocked outy our phone service and electric on May 26th. We were connected back June 1st. Lots of damage to the forests and homes. Slate Run area received a direct hit. I'll post photo's in the gallery section of... click here for more


05-25-2011: Pine is clearing and dropping. It should be ready by the weekend. Fish are being taken on streamers and nymphs. If we can manage to get through the next few days without a heavy thunderstorm, we will have nice conditions. The Drakes should show up next week. ... click here for more


05-21-2011: More rain. Pine is dropping,but still very high for fishing. Off color and in the upper 50's. ... click here for more


05-19-2011: High flow, slightly off color. Heavy thunderstorms and down pours increased the volume to an unfishable level. The headwaters should be fishable by the weekend ... click here for more


05-19-2011: More rain! I have very little to share with you this report. Pine is up and muddy. We were hoping to get the Maech Brown hatch this past week and were looking foreward to some Sulphurs this week, but we received more rain.Pine will take at least four days... click here for more


05-15-2011: Saturday did not provide the surface activity that fishermen wanted. The Dark Olive Caddis is coming to an end, but it was an incrediable hatch this year. All of the Caddis hatches have been very strong so far this year. Hopefully the Mayfly hatches will be the same. The... click here for more


Mat 5th. Ride -- Dave Kagan

Ride on May 5, 2011 Today I enjoyed a 50-mile, round-trip ride from my home in Torbert Village up to Hilborn Run between the villages of Slate Run and Cedar Run. As always, my outing made it a good day to be alive. DCNR has raked, rolled and added surface... click here for more


05-08-2011: The runs are clear and dropping. Good spring level and flow. Very little surface activity. Nymphs producing slow to moderate fishing. We need some sun and warming waters. The stream looks great and this coming week we are going to get wondefrul weather. The trout are nice and heavy... click here for more


05-12-2011: Very heavy Adult Caddis egg layers last evening. Lots of surface activity just before dark. During the day streamers were the best bet. Nymphs with emergers dropped off above the nymph was a distant third. Water dropping to near the 92 year average. Good weather predicted for the rest... click here for more


05-11-11: Pine is warming and dropping. Surface activity is still slow.Hatches are light at this time. We are waiting for the March Brown hatch to get going at a heavier rate. They are hatching, but sparsely at this time. That should change with warming water temperatures. Weather predictions are good... click here for more


05-11-11:   The runs are in beautiful condition. Water temperatures are good and the flow  has dropped to a very fishable level. Hatches are light at this time. There are still some Blue Quills, Quill Gordons and Hendricksons around. Warming waters should advance us into the mid-season flies. ... click here for more


05-08-2011: The runs are clear and dropping. Good spring level and flow. Very little surface activity. Nymphs producing slow to moderate fishing. We need some sun and warming waters. The stream looks great and this coming week we are going to get wondefrul weather. The trout are nice and heavy... click here for more


05-08-2011: Saturday was not as active as I thought it might be. Fish were still being taken very deep and slow , but not on the surface. The water still has not gone below the magical three foot level. It should be there by Monday. Great weather is forecast for... click here for more


05-06-2011: Pine is still dropping and clearing. It should hit the 3 foot level by the weekend. Clarity is good for fishing and temperatures are good. Although it will still be running strong, it will be fishable. Hatches should increase with the sun and warming weather. Highs in the 70's... click here for more


Transformation Of Pine Creek By The Gas Industry By David Ira Kagan During the first week of May 2011, the face of Pine Creek about six miles above Jersey Shore was changed by Pennsylvania General Energy Company (PGE). Construction for a water extraction site included the creation of a large,... click here for more


05-05-2011: Get your fishing equipment ready! It looks like we are finally getting a break in the rain events. Pine is clearing and dropping. It is coming close to the magic 3 foot level. It will probably be there by the weekend. The long range weather forecast looks incouraging and... click here for more


05-04-2011: Another 3/4 of an inch of rain last night. Pine raised, but the weather looks good for the next couple of days. Pine should be ready by the weekend. Are we finally going to get some better conditions on Pine? If that occurs, we should be ready with Match... click here for more


04-29-2011: Phones were out for the last day, so I could not up-date the WEB Site. here is the latest. Only light showers today. Pine is still running very strong, but dropping and starting to be less muddy. I guess that the best description is "soiled" . Dropping about 12... click here for more


04-28-2011: Another 1.4 inches of rain. That makes over 3 inches in two days on top of saturated ground. Of course all streams are blown out. Pine Creek Crested at 19200 CFS. Check out the Photo Gallery on this site. ... click here for more


Another 1.7 inches of rain set a new stream flow record for this date after 94 years. Pine topped out at just over 9ft. at the Cedar Run gauge. The runs are out of control. Lots of muddy water. I think that we will see some major changes in the... click here for more


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