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Re: Summer Water Temperature Thread

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Seems to me what we need right about here is a good Spot Burning thread so everyone can blow off a little steam and cool down.

Posted on: 2012/7/13 19:41
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One,
two,
three,
four,
five ,
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seven,
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and breath..................ahhhhhhhhhh now doesn't that feel better.

Posted on: 2012/7/13 19:44


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If your counting shots of whiskey, Foxy, I gotta breath after every second one.

Posted on: 2012/7/13 19:52
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JasonS wrote:

Great respone. Keep fishing over those stressed fish. I guess if they don't die right in front of you then they never die. Here's a term for you to look up, lactic acid build up. But you probably know all about that being the ethical fisherman who doesn't fish once the water temps hit 70. What a joke.


I will repeat what I said on the other thread for Jason Mr. Holier than thou:

Who are you calling an idiot. must not be me. I consider myself to be an ethical angler in the summertime. No fishing above 70. 4 x and 3x tippet for a quick landing. No picture taking in the summer. Avoid open streams with little tree cover.Btw the only water I fished this summer where I saw dead trout floating by was when I fished the UD in June. Simply stated if the fish are stressed and dying where are the bodies. I am tired of this holier than thou crap that some of you guys try to laud over those of us that just want to get a weekend morning away from all the other crap we deal with M thru Friday. That is why it is called recreational fishing and not the pursuit of the Holy Grail.

Oh by the way I saw your male chauvanistic post on the "male dominated thread" where you said female FF would make good guides because they make good "samminichs" ....are you a caveman too?


Posted on: 2012/7/13 22:07
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Be nice or be on your way gentlemen.

Posted on: 2012/7/13 22:39
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Re: Summer Water Temperature Thread

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Sorry Maurice...I just find it hard to bite my tongue when I am called an idiot.

Posted on: 2012/7/13 22:43
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Re: Summer Water Temperature Thread

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No need for ego to get involved. Choir boys can argue with choir boys about the octave to hit, but in the end.. we'd all just be preaching to the choir.

It's simple: Be selective about when you go out to minimize your impact. If you decide to keep some stockies, this might be the perfect time of year to do exactly that. They're largely on their way out any how

Posted on: 2012/7/14 2:02


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Another thread, littered with none sense. Shame.

Posted on: 2012/7/14 8:50
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The best solution is to simply delete the off topic posts. Including this one.

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Too much work. Better solution, ignore the off-topic posts, like this one.

Posted on: 2012/7/14 9:51
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Jack we do, so deletethis one too


PLEASE IGNORE THIS POST!

Posted on: 2012/7/14 10:49

Edited by JackM on 2012/7/14 11:30:18


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Stopped by Dunbar yesterday. It may have been the lowest I have ever seen, but the water felt fairly cool. I didn't have a thermometer but I would guess mid 60's at 11am. There was about 100 trout all in the one dam right below the pipeline.

Posted on: 2012/7/14 17:22


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Lower Juniata River; 11am yesterday (14th):
Air temp: low eighties
Water temp: 79

Posted on: 2012/7/15 8:00


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July 14. Warm day, but not blazing hot. Overcast.

Penns Creek in free flowing section above impounded area behind old milldam above Coburn, at 5:30 pm. 68F

Just below milldam at 5:47 pm. 68F


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Re: Summer Water Temperature Thread
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troutbert wrote:
July 14. Warm day, but not blazing hot. Overcast.

Penns Creek in free flowing section above impounded area behind old milldam above Coburn, at 5:30 pm. 68F

Just below milldam at 5:47 pm. 68F



Hmm? So at least at temps of 68 degrees, the milldam is NOT having a negative thermal effect?

Posted on: 2012/7/16 8:57
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