How to actually get to the Trout Creeks?

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2020/09/20 16:38:13 (permalink)

How to actually get to the Trout Creeks?

Basically new to fishing this year, and interested in trying for Trout when the fall stocking happens.  Looking at last year's stockings there are basically four spots on Pine Creek however looking on Google Maps, there are no public parks near any of those spots.  How does one actually get to these areas, just trespass?  Almost the entire length of pine creek is next to an active rail line. Ask local businesses if they can?  Seems like some of these areas are also like tribal knowledge - where the heck is the "abandoned railroad bridge" for example.
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    CTKsnowman
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    Re: How to actually get to the Trout Creeks? 2020/09/21 09:20:38 (permalink)
    Railroad Bridge 

    Parking spots 
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    post edited by CTKsnowman - 2020/09/21 09:22:03

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    Re: How to actually get to the Trout Creeks? 2020/09/21 11:31:10 (permalink)
    Might see pull offs along the road side. Follow the paths that others created.
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    Re: How to actually get to the Trout Creeks? 2020/09/22 13:26:23 (permalink)
    Thank you CTKsnowman - i definitely saw that location but wasn't sure that was the same one since it references Duncan Ave, and that isn't really close to Duncan.  So basically it seems like the game is scour everywhere near the creek for parking and then wade for other locations?
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    Re: How to actually get to the Trout Creeks? 2020/09/22 14:15:24 (permalink)
    catbelly
    Thank you CTKsnowman - i definitely saw that location but wasn't sure that was the same one since it references Duncan Ave, and that isn't really close to Duncan.  So basically it seems like the game is scour everywhere near the creek for parking and then wade for other locations?


    you should also be aware that for pine creek (as well as deer creek nearby) that the sections listed for the fall stockings are the delayed harvest/artificial lures only section. if you look at the thread on “fall trout” here on the southwest board you can see the date range that those two creeks will be stocked.

    along that section you will most likely see signs that designate that stretch as dhalo.
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    Re: How to actually get to the Trout Creeks? 2020/10/14 15:39:57 (permalink)
    snagr
    you should also be aware that for pine creek (as well as deer creek nearby) that the sections listed for the fall stockings are the delayed harvest/artificial lures only section. if you look at the thread on “fall trout” here on the southwest board you can see the date range that those two creeks will be stocked.
    along that section you will most likely see signs that designate that stretch as dhalo.




    I stopped at the delayed harvest at deer creek today, I discovered that someone dumped several cash drawers next to and in the creek.
    Had to make a call to the local police, that was fun....    
     

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    Re: How to actually get to the Trout Creeks? 2020/10/14 18:57:57 (permalink)
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    you should also be aware that for pine creek (as well as deer creek nearby) that the sections listed for the fall stockings are the delayed harvest/artificial lures only section. if you look at the thread on “fall trout” here on the southwest board you can see the date range that those two creeks will be stocked.
    along that section you will most likely see signs that designate that stretch as dhalo.




    I stopped at the delayed harvest at deer creek today, I discovered that someone dumped several cash drawers next to and in the creek.
    Had to make a call to the local police, that was fun....    
     


    any cash in em?!?!
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    Re: How to actually get to the Trout Creeks? 2020/10/16 14:29:41 (permalink)
    snagr

    any cash in em?!?!


    Nope

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    Re: How to actually get to the Trout Creeks? 2020/10/16 15:31:27 (permalink)
    Good answer.
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