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The Brookville Tailwater is approximately 2 miles long and runs from the reservoir to the confluence with the West Fork of the Whitewater River. The Army Corps of Engineers maintains a consistent water temperature so trout can survive the warmer months.
This stream is a designated trout stream, so if you’re going to fish, you must have a valid Indiana Fishing License and a Trout Stamp. We advocate catch-and-release angling for the tailwater.See Playbooks
The Rocky River is a relatively short river which forms the western boundaries of the cities of Cleveland and Lakewood, Ohio. It contains numerous species including smallmouth bass, carp and steelhead.See Playbooks
Trout fishing opportunities on the namesake of this state forest have been called outstanding. Some portions of the banks of the East Branch Fish Creek are gentle with an occasional outwash from the confluences of entering streams, while others have precipitous drops from overhanging cliffs cut by the path of this free-flowing stream. In some areas the stream channel even has a braided appearance. Brown trout, rainbow trout, brook trout and Atlantic salmon can all be found in the East Branch Fish Creek.See Playbooks
Excited to announce that the first Playbook for the Caney Fork River is coming soon from Susan Thrasher!
Susan is a long-time guide, a Wulff School Instructor and the owner of Southern Brookies Fly Fishing She is also an author and you can check out her new book -- Thrashers Guide to Fly Fishing -- on Amazon.
Point Rock Creek is a stream located just 10.2 miles from Camden, in Oneida County, in the state of New York, United States, near Point Rock, NY. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including atlantic salmon, rainbow trout and brown trout here.
(description by Hook and Bullet)See Playbooks