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Mountain Creek

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10099 Lincoln Way East,
Fayetteville, PA 17222
(717) 352-2211

The 16 mile Mountain Creek begins in the Michaux State Forest and flows into the Yellow Breeches at Mount Holly Springs. Access points are located in Pine Grove Furnace State Park and the Mount Holly Marsh Preserve.

Fishing & Fly Fishing: The creek is stocked with rainbow, brown and brooke trout. There is also native brooke trout in its headwaters. The scenic wooded backdrop holds fast flowing headwaters. Fish the deeper pools, pockets, and bankside runs. The section of stream from Adams County line downstream to the backwaters of Laurel Lake are approved trout water open to year-round fishing.

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