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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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We just alll need to go fishing... the JAM can't come any sooner.

I'm headed out on Friday or Saturday to shake off the rust.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 14:58
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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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Threads are always recoverable until someone complains about the direction they've gone.

There are many grand ironies on this board, and that is one. Another is when people create personal arguments in an attempt to stop what they perceive to be personal arguments, rather than a bunch of friends busting balls and operating under exaggerated character.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 15:03


Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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To bad this perfectly good topic went to $hit. And we wonder why we don't get more of these from Mike.


Mike,
Thank you for the report as luck would have it I heard late Monday from the local bait shop there on the upper LL that is was surveyed earlier in the day.

Any chance of getting that ATW changed over to class A above the farm field?


Thanks again I'll have to check that area out soon.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 15:27
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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM
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Mike is a big boy Corey, He seems to handle the ebb and flow of a message board rather well. Often his contributions bring out controversy whether intended or not. (Sometimes intended). He always returns, he has not been attacked, The message he wrote is still there. I am not sure what keeping it on topic would have entailed.

Sometimes I wonder if maybe Mike should get a twitter page so you guys can all follow him around. I enjoy his contributions as much as anyone here and have to say, he is just a poster like everybody else.

Although I don't feel compelled to thank him everytime he posts....

Posted on: 2010/3/10 16:41
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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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Oh snap. #OOPS# just got real.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 17:07


Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM
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Maurice wrote:
Mike is a big boy Corey....I don't feel compelled to thank him everytime he posts....


I would thank him every time he posts if he gets a usable database of Class A through D wild trout streams, with pertinent data, published on the PFBC website.

---------------- I am tired of all the secrecy! --------------------*



* WARNING: the above may be an inside joke or sarcasm. It is up to the reader to figure out which, if either.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 18:57
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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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Sal, everyone assumes that the trout in hatcheries are successful because we have wild browns and rainbows. But most of the streams with browns and rainbows supporting wild populations didn't come from current stock. They came from stock very close to the wild fish that were originally used for propogation it the early days of "Fisheries Management." And they took to the streams quickly, expanding populations in the void left by Extirpated brook trout.
Mike, Great Job. Really interesting stuff.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 19:35
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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM
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Chaz, the pool of genes among our hatchery stock is not so concentrated to be significantly different than those forebearers you mention that now have formed a culture in Letort Spring Run or Penns Creek. Just because you've seen some hatchery misfits does not mean all hatchery trout are that way. Such misfits are born in the wild as well, they just don't survive without hatchery care. I highly doubt that PFBC selects these misfits to breed. They put them in the stream because 85% of anglers don't care if the trout they caught had two pectoral fins or only one.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 19:42
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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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Cheez and Crackers now we are arguing the ancestry gene pool of todays fish????

Will it ever end.............

I try to ignore this muck but can't help myself from coming back to see who says what next.....


Jack your warning is to broad please narrow it down as it confuses and bewilders the simple minded.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 20:05
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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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I am still trying to figure out what a "AFM" is.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 20:12
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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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"Area Fisheries Manager" is my guess.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 20:14


Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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Nice report!

Is it always like this here?

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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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MHanes wrote:
Nice report!

Is it always like this here?


Only in February and March and most of the months in between. I don't mind the arguments half as bad as I mind full threads of people crying about the arguments. Oh, and BTW, thanks Mike!

Boyer

Posted on: 2010/3/10 20:24


Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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MHanes wrote:
Nice report!

Is it always like this here?

It "feels" like it.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 20:37
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Re: A day in the early March life of an AFM

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wt2,

If that's the play that I think you are making, I take my hat off to you. Well done, and I owe you that beer now.

Posted on: 2010/3/10 20:38



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