I grew up and went to school in that area. The parts of Sugar Creek I've seen are semi-hard bottom, and stream is fairly clear if there hasn't been any recent heavy rains. Swift in spots, some deep holes. Pretty good little smallie stream. Popular canoe stream in the summer. If there have been heavy rains, stay clear as it can be dangerous and fishing generally no good. I'd opt to find an area of the creek just off the beaten path in the park and do some hiking/exploring for some semi-remote holes. just my 2 cents. Good luck, post your results!
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