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Re: Chester and Delaware County Members

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Too far for me. I'm out if that's the case, but the tully would be a decent outing.

Posted on: 2010/6/22 15:06


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Too far for me. I'm out if that's the case, but the tully would be a decent outing.


All I have to say is Most recent instantaneous value: 1.64 06-22-2010 14:45 EDT

MUMS the word Jay

Posted on: 2010/6/22 15:53
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Re: Chester and Delaware County Members

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Tell it to my girlfriend.

Posted on: 2010/6/22 16:11


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I think Frederick is more geographically challenged than I am. Even I know that the Tully is in Berks county not Chesco or Delco.

Posted on: 2010/6/22 16:14


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My cousin in Kansas would also like to attend, so I suppose it should be called the SEPA/DE/SoJersey/Kansas Summit. My point is minor, but I think valid. To wit, if the gathering is to occur on a stream in SEPA, them it should be named the SEPA Gathering (or hootenany or troutapalooza or whichever name is pulled out of the hat). Adding the names of the home states of the participants doesn't add anything to the theme of the event, but tends to create a cumbersome moniker. Personally, I favor "The SEPA Troutmoot."

Although, there are likely very few trout streams in SEPA which can accomodate a large group, one comes to mind: White Clay Creek. It is very heavily stocked, has a Catch and Release area, much of it is located within a PA State Park with spacious parking lots, and should be fishing well after the middle of September.

Posted on: 2010/6/22 16:46


Re: Chester and Delaware County Members

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Im a montco fisherman, im up for it.

Posted on: 2010/6/22 16:53


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Jay,

That Sly Fox place looks pretty cool. How about, after we get a better idea of the participants, we pick the most centrally located spot? If we count the guy from Kansas, I think we'll be somewhere near the Indiana/Illinois border.

I'm not a big fan of the "Tully" anyway, and, if Jay's out, so is it. LOL. We have time to select a stream, but I think this one could be interesting, though obvious. Ridley Creek upstream of the fly stretch has some great water from above Gradyville Road downstream. It's all in the State Park and pretty remote-like given its location. Ridley is heavily stocked and has many holdovers. (Also stocked October 7th). I never fished this stretch until this year. Caught rainbows, browns and one 8" brookie. Some club must be stocking the brooks because the State doesn't. Met another guy who caught a 6" brook. Anyone know about this? Just a thought. Let's face it, if we're staying local, it won't be for wild trout unless it's Valley and Jay's against that.

Let's keep the ideas coming. We can always expand our geographic area.

Posted on: 2010/6/22 20:09


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By the way, White Clay is not a bad idea.

Posted on: 2010/6/22 20:11


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I would go for white clay.

Don't get me wrong, I love valley and consider it to be the best of all those streams (due to my snobbery), but I'd probably not bother with the fishing if we had that many people there. They're spooky.

Stockies are most fun in the fall. They're all angry and trying to act like they're spawning. BIG streamer time.

Sly fox is great. Best beer this side of Victory.

But I don't care much either way. I just like standing around the cars and BSing. Don't weight my opinion more than anyone else's.

Posted on: 2010/6/22 20:20


Re: Chester and Delaware County Members

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White Clay is a great idea- lots of room to spread out, and frankly (I live about 5 minutes away) it is rarely packed with fishermen.

Posted on: 2010/6/23 7:40


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I concur with everyone who chooses White Clay as a destination. I would like to attend this troutmoot or whatever it is called.

Posted on: 2010/6/23 7:49


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I never fished White Clay that may be interesting. Also I understand that Big Elk is a nice stream.

Posted on: 2010/6/23 7:50


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In my personal opinion White Clay is best outside of the state park area. The DHALO is not great water.

Posted on: 2010/6/23 8:14


Re: Chester and Delaware County Members

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Stocktoberfest is on!

We should figure out a date. Early october is rough for me (salmon bug), but I'd like to fish after the fall stockings. I'll see what I can do when a date is announced.

Posted on: 2010/6/23 9:24


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If jay is involved, you probably should just call it a circle jerk.

Posted on: 2010/6/23 9:37
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