Northeast of State College near Lamar, the Fishing Creek is known as one of the states best wild-trout streams. The Fishing Creek is a cool limestone stream with many riffles and deep pools that are popular with the wild brown trout population. If you keep an eye out, you may find some wild brook trout hiding as well.
The upper section above Tylersville may become dry during the summer.
The most popular section of Fishing Creek for fly fishing is a 5 mile stretch near Lamar known as the Narrows. While the fish are plentiful and can get pretty large, they are also pretty smart so bring your patiences and youre a-game. The best time is the Green Drake hatch in early June. Access to the Narrows is provided off SR2002.
Overall, Fishing Creek is the 34th most popular fly fishing river of all 49 fly fishing spots in Pennsylvania.