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Wild...this trout took me three years to catch. I fished Falling Springs Heritage Section for 6 months before I caught my first wild rainbow. Three years later and a week before moving back to Central PA, I landed this 22"er on a sz 22 trico dry. As luck would have it, 2 casts later I caught an 18"er.
Stocked, as most rainbow in the state are, Penns Creek
Wild - Penns Creek Catch-and-Release section
Wild - Penns Creek Catch-and-Release Section, miles from stocked sections
Stocked - White Deer
Wild - Penns Creek Catch-and-release section, miles from stocked sections
ND - I feel pretty confident it's a wild fish, but it came from the upper part of Penns that is stocked and has wild reproduction.
Wild - Penns Creek Catch-and-Release section miles from stocked sections
Wild - Tiny unstocked native stream in the mountains...the streams name escapes me ;-)
Wild - Big Fishing Creek Upper reaches of Trophy Trout Section
Stocked - White Deer, most likely based on congregation of fish it was stocked only 2 days earlier.
The Penns Creek Browns are tough. Could a stocked fish have had made it the far up/down stream...of course they could have. I am basing my assumptions on characteristics of fins, coloration, and demeanor...but, one never can tell with fish in a stocked stream.