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Re: Outdoor Life Fishing Bars

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My favorite hands down is the Wharton Tavern in Potter.

"Just one More"

Posted on: 2011/7/11 14:48


Re: Outdoor Life Fishing Bars

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Having lived in potter for some time prior to this spring and working there for five years I think the people that own and run the wharton are absolutely nuts. Serious conspiracy theory nuts. They have a sign up now to sign a petition apparently they do not own the parking lot and someone else is using it. They claimed to have watched black helicopters dropping ladybugs out.


I went back and reread this thread and this is the reason why the Wharton is number 1 in my eyes...stories like these I hear every time I am in there. My number 2 reason is they carry Straub beer.

Posted on: 2011/7/11 14:54


Re: Outdoor Life Fishing Bars

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Jeffs bar in Crossfork is alwas a good time. The subs are pretty decent as well.

Posted on: 2011/7/11 16:34
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Re: Outdoor Life Fishing Bars

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Agreed. Just discovered that place in June.

Posted on: 2011/7/11 16:50


Re: Outdoor Life Fishing Bars

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I agree on Jeff's bar. I went there for the first time in May and there were some interesting characters in there to say the least.

Posted on: 2011/7/12 8:07


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Yeah..."interesting" haha!

Crossfork is turning into quite the happening place haha! Just don't try to find an ATM machine...

Posted on: 2011/7/12 8:31


Re: Outdoor Life Fishing Bars

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Dam Inn in Glen Hazel. Good food and right on the EB Clarion and just south of The Dam.

Westline Inn on Kinzua Creek this place has a lot of history and a must stop for anyone in the area.

I also have to put a plug inn for the Halton Hilton it is just one of a kind.

Posted on: 2011/7/12 10:22


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I have never been to the Westline Inn, bu tit is definitely on my radar screem.

And I agree about the Halton Hilton. Been there a couple of times. Good hamburgers.

Posted on: 2011/7/12 11:21
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Re: Outdoor Life Fishing Bars

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Im going up to the Black Forest next weekend for the Chili Cook Off. I'd like to sneak away and do a little bar tour of the area, I'll be going to the Wagon Wheel of course, and probably Jeffs bar. The Inn is a no brainer, If you see two guys in there 20's with long hair drinking High Life, it'll be my brother and I.

Posted on: 2011/7/19 20:00
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Re: Outdoor Life Fishing Bars

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Dear Board,

Is the place just up the road from The Delaware River Club still standing? We always called it Gert's but I have no idea if that was the owner's real name? Cheap cold beer and $ 1.00 for a cheese burger, plus he'd let you park in his lot to go fishing.

Used to go in the place at Starlight every now and then too, although since I haven't been up there in 10 years it might not be there anymore either?

That big hotel in Bellefonte that burned down a couple of years ago was a good place to stop after a day on Spring Creek. Hell, I can't even remember the name of the place anymore? They had really good German food though to go along with the beer.

Regards,

Tim Murphy


Posted on: 2011/7/19 22:37
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