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Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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I totslly agree on this matter, I will and do talk freely on streams. If someone has a problem with that oh well. tell me to my face I say unless you are a coward. there is no secret spot.. Way to go Chaz !!

And 5weight I dare ya !


OH BOY THIS ONE GONNA BE FUN !


I GET THE WINNER?

Posted on: 2013/10/22 15:46
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Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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There are a lot of great folks with a ton of information and experience on this forum. I have met many new friends and chatted with or fished with them over the past few years because of this online community. I think it is great how many of the folks have openly shared information with other members. However, I do understand the apprehension to discuss specifics of certain streams openly on a public forum, but I totally disagree with it turning into a pissing match that sometimes go on for a long time. IMO the PM and meet up functions of this site serve a very important role.

However, there are many resources available in our technologically advanced world. Google Maps, Smart Phone Apps, Class A List, Natural repro lists, GPS coordinates, topo software, maps of public lands (State Forests, State Game Lands, State Parks, National Forest etc.) right down to the simple little blue line on a USGS Topo map equate to lots of open water for exploring and fishing.

Most folks can learn how to do some research, locate an access point, formulate a gameplan (park here, walk here, fish back to the vehicle). Some of these fishing trips will be great ..... others will not. Personally I fished 12 streams this year that I had never fished before in my life. Some of them are real gems, others were not! I feel there is a lot of satifaction out of doing the research or hooking up with a member that is willing to share info with you and locating one of these types of fisheries. By going out on your own a person has a good chance of locating their own "spot". Even though you have no idea how many other people consider it their "spot", in your own mind it will be yours to share openly with whoever you choose to and I strongly recommend sharing it with someone along the way.

Posted on: 2013/10/22 16:42


Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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Wow

Posted on: 2013/10/22 17:58
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Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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I just wanted to post in this very important thread.




Now that that's done....can anybody recommend me a 9'/5wt?

Posted on: 2013/10/22 18:42


Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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Can't suggest a good 5wt, but I can suggest a really good forum site. As for the rod, if it feels good go with it.

Posted on: 2013/10/22 18:48


Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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Chaz have you considered working with the state agencies to put pressure on them to clean up this river you are posting about?
Maybe work with the state agencies to start organizing a river clean up?
Contact TU?
Maybe you have already done all of this, you don't really mention this in your post.
Just some suggestions. I feel your pain.

Posted on: 2013/10/22 19:00
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Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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You know what really spot burns me? A flame about 3 feet high!

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Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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I personally could careless about freshwater. trout, bass, carp ill tell you where to fish but when it come to salt I get mad. I don't care of someone is fishing the same area but I don't want some to post something for everyone to see in a spot I take them to.

Posted on: 2013/10/22 19:28


Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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Same exactly thing happened over on FishErie today, guy posted a report on his trip with a photo, little bit later, a bunch of whiners started bashing him.

http://forums.fishusa.com/Message/531048-love-it/

Posted on: 2013/10/22 19:30
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Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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Now that that's done....can anybody recommend me a 9'/5wt?


Orvis Spring Creek 9'3" 5wt from back in the day, you can still find them here and there. I own 4. My favorite rod I think Ive ever fished but Id call it a 4wt.

Chaz,

who cares anymore?

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Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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I am with Chaz on this...the more anglers on distressed waters, the better it is for the resource in the long run.

Posted on: 2013/10/22 21:19


Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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I have posted quite a few questions about streams that I have never fished before and you guys have always been great to give information about them. I am very grateful for the information given. if we all practice catch and release does it really matter if someone is fishing in our favorite stretch?

Posted on: 2013/10/22 21:50


Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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Aducker wrote:
Chaz have you considered working with the state agencies to put pressure on them to clean up this river you are posting about?
Maybe work with the state agencies to start organizing a river clean up?
Contact TU?
Maybe you have already done all of this, you don't really mention this in your post.
Just some suggestions. I feel your pain.


Yeah, Chaz ever heard of TU?

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by marcq on 2013/10/22 19:28:07

I personally could careless about freshwater.


Well welcome to PAFF. I hope you enjoy your time here. Having said that I think you meant couldn't care less. Because you are saying . . .


nevermind. the english, including OP, is an abortion.






Posted on: 2013/10/22 22:49


Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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Merica!

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Re: Rant about spot burning warning!!!

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thanks for the correction jdaddy. also did you get my pm?

Posted on: 2013/10/22 23:41



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