Little Mahoning Creek Fly Fishing
The 20th most popular fly fishing river in Pennsylvania.
Saturday 16 July 2016 05:49 GMT
Near Rochester Mills, the Little Mahoning Creek is known for fly fishing its wild and previously stocked trout. The headwaters of the Little Mahoning Creek are above Deckers and heads downstream 30 miles through Indiana County to the Mahoning Creek confluence. It's heavily stocked throughout its length.
The most popular section for fly fishing on the Little Mahoning Creek is the 4.1 mile Delayed harvest Fly Fishing Only stretch located below Nashville and and running down to Rochester Mills. It is accessible from SR1038 and SR1034 with alittle hiking. The Little Mahoning Creek is roughly 60 feet wide and has a stone bottom with riffles, runs, and pools.
Overall, Little Mahoning Creek is the 20th most popular fly fishing river of all 49 fly fishing spots in Pennsylvania.