Went to the annual lunker trout stocking in Volant, PA on Saturday. Most of the "lunkers" were anywhere from 12 to 20in. and the stream was also stocked a week prior. I caught one on a streamer, and only saw three others caught, but the stream was still a bit high and colored. It was in the 40's and sunny most of the day.
After Neshannock I fished a nearby stream for wild brownies. The stream is tiny, has very rough terrain, and the fish can be very spooky. I mananged to catch one around 10-11 in and lost a smaller one. Both of the fish hit small olive wooly buggers. Lots of hikers were out too.
On Sunday I went back to Neshannock and did pretty good. The creek was in much better shape. In the morning I had to deal with lots of ice in the guides, but it eventually warmed up into the upper 60's. Caught a bunch of fish on eggs, small buggers, and green SWJ's. Black stoneflies were hatching pretty good but didn't see any rises the whole time I was there. Fished from the fly shop down about a mile and also caught a few down by the covered bridge. There were also lots of other people out fishing and enjoying the nice weather!