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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 04-10-2018, 08:36 PM Thread Starter
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name of fishing spot near Coudersport ,Pa

looking for the name of a pay to fish place near Coudersport ,Pa . does anyone know it's name and phone number and if it's still open .I believe it's called Poulty place o something to that effect , any information is appreciated
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I've never been there but doing a quick google search I found the Rainbow Paradise Trout Farm:
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As stated before there is Rainbow paradise but i think you are thinking of a place called prouty trout farm. I believe it is still open
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Prouty Trout Farm
Phone:814-647-8474

I typed in Coudersport on my google search earlier so Prouty didn't come up because it has an Austin mailing address.
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Prouty pay to fish closed up probably 8-10 yrs ago, it was on long toe rd south of Prouty state park. The pay to fish ponds were bought by a private cabin. Rainbow Paradise is open between Galeton and Coudersport on rt 6
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I work at rainbow paradise. Been busy getting everything stocked up the last couple days. We've got a few different options. Standard catch and keep, trophy catch and keep, bait and lure release or keep, and fly fishing keep or release. Catch and keep you pay an entrance fee based on standard or trophy then per pound for your fish. Keep or release you pay per hour then per pound if you keep any, which most people do. Its hard not to keep and 20"-25" tiger trout.
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So, this is fishing in a hatchery ? There's people that actually pay to fish in a hatchery ? Reckon you'd have good odds. lol.


I thought it would be what we call a "pay lake" 'round here.

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I’m sure it’s no different than fishing in a hatchery. Pay lakes, pay to fish water, club water where the fish are fed, no different in my view.

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I see little difference between the fish in a pay pond or the first day public open waters stocked trout. The fish in the public waters may be a little hungrier because they haven't been eating like they were accustomed to in the hatchery. Fisherman at the pay pond are simply paying for more fish and less fisherman.

I've never tried it, it's not my thing. But if you have the money and you want to do it, have at it.
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We have a 2 acre and a 6 acre pond so you can actually fish a little bit not just pull them out of a bucket lol. The catch and release is a blast when your on a vacation you usually want to enjoy it. Not saying that time on a stream isn't enjoyable but time catching fish is generally more enjoyable especially when you have limited time.

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