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Re: One week in August, where too?

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The Ozarks would be cool. Good suggestion Wild_Trouter. MO and AR have some pretty high quality spring creeks that are supposed to be absolutely gorgeous. MO has those "trout parks" which are quite ridiculous though. Pay a fee to fish and they stock trout like 365 days a year. Now that is crazy.

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Re: One week in August, where too?

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Maybe an important question to ask, is what does your wife like to do? (can't believe I thought of that of all people)

WB of the D is cold for sure but not really a shopping/ arts mecca. they do have a Dollar General in Stileville and Hancock. Ray Turner can be... interesting. Also Marino's. LOL


How about State College? Tricos in the AM back by brunch. Hang out pool side or whatever...






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Re: One week in August, where too?

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She's actually pretty easy, so long as we spend some time together she's good. Usual strategy is to fish early while she sleeps in, then a late breakfast and onto the days distractions. Ozarks is probably too far, Center County trico hunting could fit the bill. So far WB seems like the best option so far. I live right by the Art Museum so snakeheads and hotel rooms aren't that big of a draw. For a full on trip anyway.

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Re: One week in August, where too?

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Another possibility would be to rent a cabin near Kettle Creek.

It's very relaxing around there.

If the streams get too low for good trout fishing, it really doesn't matter.

You can go swimming at the lake, go for walks, go for drives through the mountains, fish for panfish at the lake, go to the store in Cross Fork and get ice cream cones.

The Pine Creek valley is nice too, especially if you like bicycling. You can also go to the overlooks over Pine Creek canyon.

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Re: One week in August, where too?
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troutbert wrote:
Another possibility would be to rent a cabin near Kettle Creek.

It's very relaxing around there.

If the streams get too low for good trout fishing, it really doesn't matter.

You can go swimming at the lake, go for walks, go for drives through the mountains, fish for panfish at the lake, go to the store in Cross Fork and get ice cream cones.

The Pine Creek valley is nice too, especially if you like bicycling. You can also go to the overlooks over Pine Creek canyon.


Agree ^ would be a nice time. And if the water is low and warmer you can always slum and fish for smallies. They are a whole bunch fun to catch!

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