Little Sandy Creek Fly Fishing
The 15th most popular fly fishing river in Pennsylvania.
Saturday 25 June 2016 05:49 GMT
Near Polk, the Little Sandy Creek is popular with local fly fishermen for its brown trout population. The headwaters of Little Sandy Creek are above T334 near Wades Corner and the river flows six miles to its confluence with Sandy Creek. There are plenty of riffles and pools in this 20-40 foot wide river.
The best stretch is the Delayed Harvest Fly Fishin Only section from Polk Center pump house bridge downstream 1.3 miles to SR3024 at Polk. You can expect to find plenty of wild brown trout and stocked rainbow trout.
The headwaters can also be fun in the right water temp to go after wild brown.
Overall, Little Sandy Creek is the 15th most popular fly fishing river of all 49 fly fishing spots in Pennsylvania.