Dunbar Creek near South Connellsville, Pennsylvania
I seen there were no fishing reports for Dunbar Creek. So I figured that I would post one. We were there in the late spring of 2010. My dad and I made our first trip there togeather. We had a field day! Dad caught the first on on a nymph, although his luck did not hold out with a nymph. I tied on a white wollybugger with silver flake body and a gold bead head. With in no time I had 6 fish. We moved up to the game land entrance and fished some of the pools. Then dad realy strated to catch them on a parachute, on the surface. I think he landed about 10 or 12 brooks. I tied on a stimulator and I started to catch them. I plan on going back late winter of 2011. I'll try to post a report and let everyone know how it turned out.
Dunbar Creek Fishing near South Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Details for Dunbar Creek
Species Caught Here: None
Access: Public Property
Body of Water Type: Stream
Lat/Long: 40.004520 -79.597542
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Description for Dunbar Creek, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Dunbar Creek is a stream located just .8 miles from South Connellsville, in Fayette County, in the state of Pennsylvania, United States, near Connellsville, PA. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including brown trout, rainbow trout, bream, bluegill and brook trout here. Whether you’re fly fishing, spinning or baitcasting your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Dunbar Creek. Alternate names for this stream include New Haven and Dunber Creek.
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