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Re: Annual Spring Jamboree - May 17-19, 2013 - Seven Mountains Campground
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I too had an awesome time seeing old friends and new acquaintances. I can't even count how many folks I introduced myself too that I had met before. Haha...I will try to remember you for next year.

Really enjoyed my special request performed by shakey. The generousity of the folks who brought and made food Saturday was outstanding! Sure the fishing was great and I caught fish so thats a plus. Finally got to fish with Dryflyguy. Man that guy is a machine. can't wait til next year.

Another masterpiece painted by Fishidiot and rod case hand crafted by Cody. And to all the folks who donated the other items in the raffle, Thanks! Even though I didn't win anything....again! THats OK though cuz the proceeds go to a worthwhile cause. The Fly Fishing and Conservation Youth Camp.

Thanks to Dkile for having the vision to put together a vehicle to get these like-minded folks together to enjoy and share their passion.


Top Notch!

Posted on: 2013/5/20 21:43
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Re: Annual Spring Jamboree - May 17-19, 2013 - Seven Mountains Campground

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Just so you guys that couldn't make it (Andy, Tony, DaveS, Tom G) don't feel too bad, not everyone had the best fishing of their lives. LSoult, gfen, and I managed to set up on the only stretch of Spring where nothing really happened. We saw some bugs, nothing major though. We worked really hard for a few fish. One day of fishing up there never seems like enough.

Had a great time seeing friends and meeting new ones as well (gfoledc, Phil, Osprey, LSoult, etc). Shakey was great as usual on Saturday night and the raffle was excellent. FI's painting and CSoult's rod case were both stunning. I feel very lucky every year to have become involved with this group. Until next time...



I don;t feel bad about missing the fishing. If I get off may lazy @$$ I can find good fishing. I do miss the collection of people, food and drink. That combination is a once a year event. I'll try to hit one of the the smaller get togethers this year.

Posted on: 2013/5/22 9:35


Re: Annual Spring Jamboree - May 17-19, 2013 - Seven Mountains Campground

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My crew and I had a great time. It was their first Jam. We spent more time fishing than socializing, but enjoyed seeing familiar faces Saturday evening. While we didn't knock it out of the park, we had a couple decent days of fishing. I finally got to fish Penns and caught a few, and we all did well on Spring Saturday. Already can't wait til next year.

Posted on: 2013/5/22 22:38


Re: Annual Spring Jamboree - May 17-19, 2013 - Seven Mountains Campground

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Even thoughI was only there for one night this year, I made the most of it - staying up until almost 4 am sat night- which is way past my bed time.
Had a great time catching up on things with old friends.
Found some pretty decent fishing on spring creek sunday evening with Maurice. Thanks again for the stream side cookout Mo!
PhilC and Pontus - things did get better after you guys left.

Another big thank you to DaveK and the moderators for putting this all together. Your hard work is certainly appreciated

Posted on: 2013/5/23 8:32


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Great Jam, great people.
I stay in cabin by Lock Haven for a week, so far no green drakes, all hatches are late and suspicious this year.

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Posted on: 2013/5/26 0:01


Re: Annual Spring Jamboree - May 17-19, 2013 - Seven Mountains Campground

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It was good to see old faces and meet new ones this year. The Jam proved to be a memorable trip in which the fish coopreated and the fly hatches were a new experience. I'd never really seen the activity to such a degree in all my years fly fishing. Spinner falls on Pens and Spring were pretty intense and with fish rising it was a sight I'll long remember.
Thanks to Albatross for all his help getting the Moose and I to some great spots. Hearing him whoop at each hookup on Penns brought a grin to my face. Central Pa. streams certainally are "bug soup" with all the hatches they produce.
Thanks to Dave Kyle for his leadership in making this such a great get together.
A few Pics from New York and Pa:

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Posted on: 2013/5/31 9:48
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Re: Annual Spring Jamboree - May 17-19, 2013 - Seven Mountains Campground

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Great pics. I wish I had gotten to talk to you more, but glad you came, and happy that PA's fish and bugs cooperated for your visit.

That Kettle Creek "brown" is mislabeled. That's a Kettle Creek brookie!

Posted on: 2013/5/31 11:23


Re: Annual Spring Jamboree - May 17-19, 2013 - Seven Mountains Campground

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Thanks Pcray., looks like I need an updated id course for trout and insects.
I forgot to say thanks to Sandfly for giving us some needed info on streams in his neck of the woods. Meeting him was a gab fest with lots of good info.
Looking foreward to next year. GG

Posted on: 2013/6/4 12:13
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Re: Annual Spring Jamboree - May 17-19, 2013 - Seven Mountains Campground

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Thanks Art and Jim for showing me a good time on Friday. It was great to spend the day with you! I think after Saturday night I've taught CSoult the finer points of whooping and hollering, so if I pass on the tradition will continue...

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