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Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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Pat the amount of walking you put in for those fish...totally not worth it! While you were hiking your arse off, I was eating a hoagie and drinking beer w/ the fellas!

Posted on: 2012/8/9 9:59


Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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Since I haven't been to the Tully in a long time I need to know where we will gather. I will probably set a "sixter" [sp?] from Victory Brewing.

Posted on: 2012/8/9 12:06
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Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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My first born Sean is getting married in Philly on the 12th so I need to work around that so I will be guided by what weekend the "group" thinks we should have the "FEST". I could use some help as to where I should buy the hoagies for our lunch. Weigh in for those of you who know the area. Lunch and beer is on me so I need a good head count. Fade out.

Posted on: 2012/8/16 20:16
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Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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You've got a point Squatch. Got lost on the way back too, took a wrong path with nasty briars and such. That ate into my planned hoagie and beer time, plus the wife wanted picked up earlier than anticipated.

When things ain't goin on where I'm at, I can't help myself, it's just natural for me to move.

Call me a maybe on the event. Obviously need to know timing first. Definite no on the weekend of the 7th, but don't use my timing for planning purposes as I'm only a maybe for other weekends.

Posted on: 2012/8/16 20:22


Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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Fade I PMed you some shiznits on the Tully and potential dates.

Posted on: 2012/8/17 8:11


Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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I have wanted to come to this for the past two years and never made it. Maybe this is the year?

Posted on: 2012/8/18 22:15
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Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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My vote goes for White Clay Creek because crowds on the Tully will be ridiculous as usual but don't count on me or plan on my account since I never make this anyway.

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Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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I am thinking Saturday the 20th at the Tully. Thoughts Please. Fade

Posted on: 2012/8/20 10:03
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Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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Sounds good to me, dawg.

Posted on: 2012/8/20 11:50


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hmm. Had a brief thought of attending morning festivities, chasing some brookies relatively nearby, and then coming back for afternoon festivities.

But on a second thought, probably not a good idea. Spawning.

Posted on: 2012/8/24 12:24


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Pat you just want to show off!!!

Posted on: 2012/8/26 13:06
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Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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No, just haven't gotten much "real" fishing in this year. And if I'm able to actually get a day to myself for this shin dig, it'd feel like a waste to spend it at the Tully when there's so much better fishing in the area. But I'd certainly want to attend the social stuff.

Posted on: 2012/8/27 12:15


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OK time to get a head count started. Will I be able to bring Penny Lane with me or are dogs not allowed in the parking area?

Posted on: 2012/8/28 9:07
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I never noticed, Fade. Don't think it would be an issue though. Its near Blue Marsh, and people have tons of dogs in that area.

I do have to work that Saturday in the AM, but I will switch with someone, or just come after work (I get off at noon, I can be up there by 12:40pm at the latest). Count me in, either way.

Posted on: 2012/8/28 11:01


Re: Stocktoberfest 2012 Is It Too Early?

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Count me as a maybe. I would love to attend but it's going to be a week-of decision I think.

Which parking area? Regarding dogs, the ONLY place I think you'd be allowed is Waterworks. In most places, the bike trail generally runs the stream. The trail and the parking areas (Stonecliffe, Gring's Mill, Red Bridge, Rebers Bridge, Palisades, Stilling Basin, etc.) are all considered to be county parks where NO PETS are allowed. Likewise if you plan on using the trail to travel the stream you'd be running afoul of the law with a dog. Not saying you wouldn't get away with it, but.....

So if dogs are a requirement, you could look into Waterworks, I've seen lots of dogs there, it's on the opposite side as the trail, and the trail is pretty far away from the stream there anyway. I'm not sure if you'd want to get permission there for an event like this or what. It is a dirt/gravel lot, wooded. Private enough I suppose, but could be a muddy mess in a rain situation. It's also back a hard to find gravel/dirt road so giving directions would be a little tricky for those who aren't familiar with the Tully.

I'd add that the whole length, from the dam to the mouth is stocked on the 9th. And the lower end, below the special regs, does fish pretty well in the fall, it doesn't seem to get fished out right away like after the opener. Not saying to go there, just that it's an option.

Aside from the dog situation, I'd think Gring's Mill or Red Bridge would be nicer areas for an event like this than would Rebers, Palisades, or the Stilling Basin. Rebers, for instance, is a small lot with heavy non-fishing traffic. One or two cars, not a big deal. But if you're gonna start having upwards of a half dozen cars it's gonna be a mess with not enough parking spaces, etc. From all of them, you can fish close, or jump in the car and drive to other areas.

Posted on: 2012/8/29 11:25



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