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Kettle Creek
Kettle Creek flows 36 miles through Clinton, Potter, and Tioga counties. Known for its bass and trout, the creek is a popular stream for many fly anglers. Brook, brown, and rainbow trout are stocked in the creek. A section of Kettle Creek is set aside as a designated fly fishing area. In Clinton County, the state park is along SR 4001, seven miles north of Westport and PA Route 120. The creek parallels SR4001 and Rt 144 north to Carter Camp. Observe posted signs and be considerate of private property.
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