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So was there an actual "Duck Creek" or did you fish fish some other water? Photo of that pool you posted looks nice!
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That's a very nice stream. So is that the place in the "Duck Creek Village" website that Stenacron provided, or is it another location ?
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A beaut Creek,some nice Fish,there always seems to be a "Duck CreeK" somewhere,I know of quite a few over here,some are poluted,The Main one where we used to catch Native Perch when it's not dry is mostly infested with European Carp.
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It is called Duck Creek in a village called Duck Creek Village.

The beginning of the Creek is Duck Creek Pond which leaves via Duck Creek and drains into Aspen Mirror Lake.

I fished the duck creek ponds, Duck Creek itself, and Aspen Mirror Lake. Nice pics courtesy of my wife.

All 3 places where very fun and had a lot of fish to catch and release. It took me about an hour or so to get the right flies for the trip. After tying and retying many times, 2 flies became my go to the whole week. From there it was good fishing.

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