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Pine Creek, a northcentral Pennsylvania trout stream popular with Central Pennsylvania anglers, will be the focus of a Pennsylvania Fish and cheap toms Boat Commission meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 5, at the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' Tiadaghton Resource Management Center, 10 Lower Pine Bottom Road, Waterville.
Commission Fisheries Management staff will discuss a proposed change to fishing regulations that would extend the current 1.2 mile delayed harvest, toms outlet sale artificial lures only section of downstream of Slate Run an additional 1.6 miles to Bonnell Run. The 1.6 mile reach is currently managed as an approved trout water open to year-round fishing.
Waters with this designation are open to fishing from March 1 through the opening day of trout season on a catch and release basis, with no trout allowed to be taken or possessed. Standard approved trout waters regulations apply for the remainder of the year as follows: from 8 a.m. on the opening day of trout season through Labor Day, anglers may keep five fish per day and may use all tackle, including natural bait. From Jan. 1 through the last day of February, and from the day after Labor Day through Dec. 31, "extended season" size and creel limits for trout toms sale apply.
Under DHALO regulations, fishing is permitted year-round, but no trout may be harvested prior to June 15. From June 15 to sunset on Labor Day, anglers may keep three trout per day and the fish must be at least nine inches. Tackle is limited to artificial lures and flies.
After reviewing the public comments from the meeting, commission staff will provide a recommendation on the proposal to toms for cheap the Board of Commissioners for consideration at an upcoming quarterly
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