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Re: The Official Quill Gordon Recap

2008/6/8 19:45
From Pittsburgh
Posts: 192
Sounds like a great weekend even though the fishing was tough. Lyman wasn't producing again huh. I can't believe you guys bought the story about csoult and Dave catching 80 fish while everyone else was off getting skunked. I didn't fall for it. I expect this kinda thing from csoult but not wetfly01 ;)

Seriously though, I wish I could've been there. Great report Andy.

Posted on: 2013/4/29 22:02
"is this jam for fly fishing, or will people that nymph be there too?"

Re: The Official Quill Gordon Recap

2011/7/6 12:30
From Ephrata, PA
Posts: 1308
Lyman produced for Sal! The stretch we fished this year was much better than the lower stretch we hit last year. We should have fished above where Lyman does all those splits. I've had some success where we fished last year, but the water we were at this year definitely looked better. I'll hit it in June and let you know! It's one of my favorite streams up there.

Posted on: 2013/4/29 22:05

Re: The Official Quill Gordon Recap

2010/2/18 8:57
From SW PA
Posts: 207
Sounds like I missed a great weekend. OK THAT won't happen again. And for the record, that fish catching stuff is WAY overrated. Drinking beer, bustin balls, and knocking down Skybay's cookin, THAT"S the stuff that you can't get anywhere else!

Posted on: 2013/4/30 5:58
Hatches come and go of their own accord, but work will wait for you to get back.

Re: The Official Quill Gordon Recap

2007/12/1 15:23
From wellsboro
Posts: 6
I was out in Tioga county this weekend and it was close to the same. Nothing on Cedar in spite of many bugs. Nothing on Little Slate in spite of bugs. Lots of natives on a smaller stream, but no browns and it has a good population in it. I thought the same thing about water temps being too low for the fish to be active on top.

I wish i had tried a stream in Potter that always produces on top this time of year to see how it fished, but we chose the Big Woods instead. As a side note, my buddy fished BFC on the way up Friday evening and did well, in about 2 hours he caught several fish including a few on a brown stimulator in the Narrows below the Lock Haven property.

Posted on: 2013/4/30 13:36

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