Six Mile Run Brook Trout
Copyright 2016 James Marsh
Fly Fishing Sixmile Run Pennsylvania
Sixmile Run is a small, limestone spring creek (with
plenty of runoff) located in Central Pennsylvania, near
Philipsburg. The stream has a good population of wild
and native trout in some areas, but it's also stocked. It
flows into Moshannon Creek. The stream has some
problems that aren't conductive to good trout habitat,
but fly fishing Sixmile Run is still worthwhile if your in the
area.

Sixmile Run stays fairly cool during the summer. Springs
help with the water temperature. The temperature
greatly depends on the area of water you fish. Upstream
of State Route #504, there are some ponds that slow
the flow down but also provide some deeper water for
the trout to hold in. Below #504, most of the water is
shallow runs and riffles with few pools.

Access is easy in most areas. Sixmile Road follows the
entire six mile long section that's fishable. This means it
gets a lot of pressure from the "catch to eat" guys
during the Spring months. The upper section, above
#504 is very small and the banks are lined solid with
bushes and trees. Casting is difficult in the upper
section.

Surprisingly, the stream has large population of aquatic
insects. Hatches are usually good and dry fly fishing can
be very good at times. The stream contains some large
drake mayflies and well as the typical ones.

Seasons:
The season follows the regular Pennsylvania trout
season
Spring:
Springtime is a good time for fly fishing Sixmile Run due
to the plentiful aquatic insect hatches.
Summer:
Fly fishing usually slows down some during the Summer
but the water stays fairly cool in some areas even during
the hot Summer.
Fall:
Fall is the best time to catch a larger holdover or wild
brown trout because of the spawn.

Fly Fishing Gear, Tackle and Trout Flies
Type of Stream
Spring Creek

Species
Brown Trout (Stocked and some
holdovers and wild trout)
Brook Trout (Native)

Size
Small

Location
Central Pennsylvania

Nearest Town
Philipsburg

Season
First Saturday of April through
February:

Access:
Good in most areas

Non-Resident License
State of Pennsylvania

Weather
National Weather Service Link

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Six Mile Run Pennsylvania
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