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Trout Guy

Whitewater State Park

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Trout Guy    0
Trout Guy

I am going camping at whitewater state park and am wondering where to go in the park for trout. Also what hatches would be going on? And what flies should I bring?

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crazyice

Not sure on the hatches or flies to bring, but there are some really good areas if you go in past the gift shop. Head in past there about a 1/4 mile and there is an area to park and just head down stream. There is a bunch of areas in that direction that I have done well in the past, also make sure you bring waders, as you may have to cross the river a few times to get to some of the better areas.

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Trout Guy

Thanks for the info!!!

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WxGuy

Trout Guy, when are you planning on visiting?

The main office there in Whitewater State Park will have a map book of trout streams, and the park itself along with areas very close is full of good fishing.

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Trout Guy

This weekend. Leaving Friday.

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WxGuy

There should be some caddis, but that hatch peaked a couple weeks ago. For flies, caddis dries size 14-18, caddis larvae size 16, pheasant tail nymphs size 14-18, prince nymphs size 12-14, orange/tan scuds 12-14, and it's always good to have some bwo's handy just in case.

Good luck!

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