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PA Delaware River Cooks Creek Striper Spot - Fishing


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Lat: 40.579914
Lng: -75.196518


Marker owner: dnorris



Average user rating for this marker: 5

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Marker Description: Big Stripers have been caught at Cooks Creek on the Delaware River.

Cooks Creek is known for being a home to wild brown trout, particularly in the headwaters, where populations of naturally reproducing trout are strong. At least three of the initial feeder streams of Lower Saucon Township have water of suitable temperature for survival and prosperity of “brownies”. Fortunately, the majority of this headwaters area remains in open space, protected by a hilly ridge and minimal road access. However, the further one travels into the watershed, pressure for development increases and continues throughout most of the central and eastern portion of Cooks Creek, before it heads to its final outfall into the Delaware River in Durham Township.

That's where you find the stripers.

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Re: PA Delaware River Cooks Creek Striper Spot Posted by dnorris Mon. May 20, 2013 02:55 am
36 inch striper and four in the twenties caught on trout last night.
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