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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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Heritage, I thought I belonged to a cooking forum when the slide show first started...Cobbler......cobbler......double cobbler....late night cobbler snack....steak...more steak.....donuts........

Haha..those turkeys lined up like they were humans in a hot tub was pretty hilarious

Pine, little pine, and kettle, hmmm, nice lookin' water there, does Pine stay cold straight through the summer?

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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does Pine stay cold straight through the summer?


Nope.

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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by jayL on 2009/6/16 10:30:24

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does Pine stay cold straight through the summer?


Nope.


I believe the PA trout season used to close June 30th to protect stressed fish over the summer. In fact it may have been Charlie Fox that got it extended during his stint on the PFBC (not sure though… maybe someone else can confirm this).

It's not a bad idea IMO to bring it back for certain waters (freestoners mainly). I know that there’s a freestone stream close to my home that could use a closed season through the tough summer months.

They still have this on certain sections of the major Catskill streams I believe… they call them “thermal refuges” or something like that. Closed to fishing over the summer.

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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Brownout wrote:
does Pine stay cold straight through the summer?


Nope.


I believe the PA trout season used to close June 30th to protect stressed fish over the summer. In fact it may have been Charlie Fox that got it extended during his stint on the PFBC (not sure though… maybe someone else can confirm this).

It's not a bad idea IMO to bring it back for certain waters (freestoners mainly). I know that there’s a freestone stream close to my home that could use a closed season through the tough summer months.

They still have this on certain sections of the major Catskill streams I believe… they call them “thermal refuges” or something like that. Closed to fishing over the summer.


A good bit of Pine is DHALO, which I think is fitting.

Most of the fish are stocked, so I see no reason to prevent the public from utilizing them. I caught a wild brookie in pine, but it most likely came from the tribs.

As for wild trout waters, I think the majority of fishermen that utilize them are c&r FFermen. Most c&r FFermen I know avoid fishing over wild fish under excessive temps. I'm sure there are some cases where it might be favorable, but they are few.

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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Its all about spending time with your son and teaching him to fly fish.

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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stream shots from around central pa.

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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Heritage: I think its great that so many of the guys in your cooking forum group also enjoy fishing. just kidding - very nice pics.

PS - I see, belatedly, that I have been beaten to this particular joke...

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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While we DO eat very well at this event, we actually manage to sneak in some fishing.

We pay $35 per person for the week for meals. Two of the guys do all the cooking, and we have a roster for cleanup duty. It's a great way to save time on meals, while still preserving our svelte physiques.

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Here's a picture of me on one of sal's secret streams that he posted above (#27). I fished the very same spot. And, yes, those are some very big rocks:

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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Here's one I dug up. I'll have to look a little more. I have a lot of pics and very few of them are streams shots, but I should have some more.

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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Regarding Pine Creek, its one of the historical streams that had the great trout migrations. So it never stayed cold enough for trout in midsummer even before people. It, like all the freestoners, had more steady flows in those days due to the forests being more primarily pine, and less hardwood. After the overlogging days, the forests came back as hardwoods which promotes a soil type that doesn't hold as much water, hence more runoff and less flows in midsummer. At times, Pine held very good wild brook trout populations, but even then they oversummered in the tribs. It still has a handful that do just that, but I fear the trigger for the migration was genetic (just like steelhead vs. rainbows) and is lost forever.

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Jack, Matt, nice pics. Those are some wicked rocks in there Jack. Matt, looks like a nice mountainous spot, in the wilds of Pa, interesting rocks on the left bank there. Every picture gets the imagination runnin'

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Jack, Ha Ha that pic of Sal's secret stream looks kinda funny zoomed in all the way. Especially all the blended blurred edges around your figure. You should have photoshopped yourself wearing a pair of jeans cause I wouldn't wear a pair of waders on a stream that small.

Comon' Jack, it sticks out like a sore thumb. I don't think anyone else got the joke.

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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Put your thumb over Jack's body in that pic and the stream becomes a small little trickle, the perspective changes.

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Re: Request for stream shots from cats with cameras

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Jack M,
I see all the Dylan pix on your sig. He was the best. I still play his great stuff with my acoustic. Second only to Lennon, he was the number two song writer of our times..
All the streams here in SC PA are high and stained now. When they clear up, I'll post a few stream shots.

Posted on: 2009/6/17 23:48



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