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Numbers wise it was a tie between "BJAC" Creek and "Humpy" Creek.
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Hi JP,

Well they are all funny looking so it is hard to tell.

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The most productive stream I ever fished was during the 4th of July weekend two years ago on the Little Walker just outside of Bridgeport, CA. Between my buddy and I, we caught 57 fish in a day and a half of fishing... most fish were 12" or less, but there were a few 14-15" rainbows biting as well... a trip I will never forget...
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Simmons do you mean the East Walker? That is a very good choice. I'll be heading down there in 2 weeks to try to hook a few, lots of good days on that river. The EW is probably my second best place behind the Pitt. I love fishing the Pitt.
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Pack, the Little Walker runs right under the 108 and 395 turn off... I hike the river from 108 through the meadow and it connects with 395 again... very nice creek to fish IMO... of course I was using a spinner reel, but this year I hope to give it a good work out with flies...

I used hike the canyon of the West Walker that runs down 108, but that hike is a pain in the rear and has never really produced many fish for me...

The East Walker is one I'd like to try as I hear there are some trophies to be caught...
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Ok, I remember seeing that creek. I just didn't remember seeing a sign for it. I have fished the W Walker a few times and nothing has come out for me.
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