Copyright 2013 James Marsh
Fly Fishing Guide for Cedar Creek Pennsylvania
There isn't any place we know of where you would need to wade Cedar Creek to catch trout.
Some anglers may prefer to do that but anytime you wade, you are taking a chance on
spooking the trout. If some fish suddenly shoot up stream from being spooked, don't you
think it may alert the other trout that something is wrong?

Don't let its small size fool you into thinking the trout are all small because they aren't.  
There are some very decent size brown trout hanging out under some of the undercut
banks along the stream. If you fish the stream early in the morning or very late in the day,
you may want to try bringing a nymph or streamer down along the banks as close as
possible. The best way to do this is to make an upstream presentation allowing the fly to hit
as close to the bank as possible without hanging it and then allowing it to drift naturally
downstream as close to the bank as possible.

Although you may find some of the smaller brown trout feeding in the short riffles, most of
the larger ones are hidden in the deeper water. Unless there is a hatch occurring, often the
best approach is to fish a nymph or caddisfly larva imitation near the bottom of the deeper
water.
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