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Re: Newbie Here from Bucks County

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You've found the right place if your looking to learn.

These guys really go out of they're way to help newbies like us.

Posted on: 2013/2/15 14:36


Re: Newbie Here from Bucks County

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I have learned so much already just by reading all the various posts. Just need to get outside and start practicing my casting!!!! Really looking forward to exploring the various streams in the Poconos this summer. I think I will start with Hickory Run State Park first since its only bout an hour an half away from where I live in Bucks County!!!!

Posted on: 2013/2/15 20:22


Re: Newbie Here from Bucks County

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I also may go to the Fly Fishing show the first weekend in March in Lancaster.

Posted on: 2013/2/15 20:23


Re: Newbie Here from Bucks County

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I have plans on Sat the 2nd, but I'll be at the show on Sunday. I'm guessing there will be plenty of PAFF folks there.Quote:

Pat wrote:
I also may go to the Fly Fishing show the first weekend in March in Lancaster.

Posted on: 2013/2/19 4:41


Re: Newbie Here from Bucks County

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Another Bucks resident checking in. I'm just north of Newtown in Wrightstown. Looking forward to meeting more FF neighbors this year and trying some different spots

Posted on: 2013/2/20 22:21
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Re: Newbie Here from Bucks County

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Welcome aboard. GG

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Re: Newbie Here from Bucks County

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Hey Fellow Buck's County Neighbors.

Anyone else thinking about going to the newbie jam? if so anyone interested in car pooling? I was going to stay the night before, but it's only about an hour away. Easy ride.

Stagger, I think you're out due to your son's birthday party, is that still the case?

Posted on: 2013/2/25 8:28


Re: Newbie Here from Bucks County

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sroach .. yea. Wife was cool and tried to switch his date but it didn't work with some of the vendors. May head up for an hr or 2 early in the am b/ there a 2 stations I really want to hit (brookie and where to fish) and I need to brush up on my casting. I'm not even sure if I can do that but if so, carpooling is out of the question unless youre planning on going for a short while.


///Doc .. do you hit up the Pineville Tavern? Decent food for Bucks and their wings are solid.



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Re: Newbie Here from Bucks County

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///Doc .. do you hit up the Pineville Tavern? Decent food for Bucks and their wings are solid.


The Pineville is literally a stone's throw from my house. New chef and menu this past year which really improved the quality of their food. They also built a nice outdoor dining area which also happens to be a great spot to sit and BS over a beer on a nice evening. One of my "new" favorite spots!

Posted on: 2013/2/26 13:00
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