The trout streams of the Catskills are often beautiful and clear, but unlike spring creeks they are prone to dramatic flooding at times.  This picture shows flood-swept vegetation fifty yards from and several feet above the normal channel. From Willowemoc Creek, Powerline Pool in New York.
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The trout streams of the Catskills are often beautiful and clear, but unlike spring creeks they are prone to dramatic flooding at times. This picture shows flood-swept vegetation fifty yards from and several feet above the normal channel.

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