Catasauqua Press

Friday, October 20, 2017
PRESS PHOTOS BY AL RECKERRoy Hafner, of Whitehall, stands on the bank of Coplay Creek, by the Hokendauqua Park and Playground, on Saturday, opening day of trout season. He said the trout just weren’t biting, possibly because of the swift-running waters and other after-effects of the previous day’s storm. Fishing for 60 years, Hafner remained optimistic. The creek has water, unlike some dry spells PRESS PHOTOS BY AL RECKERRoy Hafner, of Whitehall, stands on the bank of Coplay Creek, by the Hokendauqua Park and Playground, on Saturday, opening day of trout season. He said the trout just weren’t biting, possibly because of the swift-running waters and other after-effects of the previous day’s storm. Fishing for 60 years, Hafner remained optimistic. The creek has water, unlike some dry spells
Above: William Tilley and Christopher Wavonuak try their luck in Jordan Creek, along Mickley Road. They were part of a group of anglers from Coopersburg and Bethlehem who gather annually to begin the season. Above: William Tilley and Christopher Wavonuak try their luck in Jordan Creek, along Mickley Road. They were part of a group of anglers from Coopersburg and Bethlehem who gather annually to begin the season.
Left: Ella, Audra and Owen Muhr, of Northampton, show their catch from a day at Tri-Boro Sportsmen Club, Northampton. In all, the trio reeled in 14 trout, ranging in size from 12 to 15 inches. Left: Ella, Audra and Owen Muhr, of Northampton, show their catch from a day at Tri-Boro Sportsmen Club, Northampton. In all, the trio reeled in 14 trout, ranging in size from 12 to 15 inches.

Opening day

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