Galloway Creek Fishing Report near Rochester Hills, Michigan

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Carp caught in Galloway Creek Rochester Hills, Mich.

on May 16th

Carp caught in Galloway Creek- took 10 minutes to reel her in. 15 minutes later caught a second one not much smaller I, Janice Ellsasser, was fishing with Chester within 50 feet of the T-Bone site where Galloway Creek runs into the Clinton River. Regular rod & reel, one medium sized hook with an entire small worm completely impaled thru the hook. Jiggled and pulled and recast constantly. Dusk was approaching and May spawning was happening. My guess would be that it came down the Clinton River and swam a little ways UP Galloway Creek out of curiosity.

Carp caught fishing Galloway Creek by Tight Lines

Location Details
Species Caught: Carp
Weight: 9lbs and 1oz., Length: 20in.
Air Temp: 85 °F
Gear Used
wormCasting Rods

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