Codorus Creek, York County

Codorus Creek

12 inch wild brown

Crackleback

Codorus Creek is a class “A” wild trout stream. The west branch is in the “trophy trout program” and is tailwater  from Lake Marburg. Even in the heat of summer the water is ice cold.

I did see some rising fish, but had no idea what they were rising to (not splashy rises). There were certainly plenty of bugs biting me!

I fished the section starting downstream of the Park near Porter’s station and caught 12 wild browns – a couple 12 inchers using a crackleback. A good day!

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4 comments on “Codorus Creek, York County

  1. haroldcoder says:

    Any chance you can do a fly casting fundamentals video for your readers/viewers?

  2. Walter Smith says:

    One of my favorite spots in York Co. Been fishing the stretch from the sawmill down for well over a decade.

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