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Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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Right on rrt. Hope people have a nice day out there.

I may fish a remote stream ... one small brookie stream in NEPA hit a really nice mid50s temp wed pm, dunno where the temps will be tomorrow after some rain and in lower air temps.

If my first remote stream idea is crowded, I have my superremote plan b.

Posted on: 2013/4/12 7:48

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Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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Is anyone still concerned about the flows? I'm telling you it's the new mean flow!

Posted on: 2013/4/12 9:28
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Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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from low to weekend blow out ,high ,ripping, and chocolately.

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Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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from low to weekend blow out ,high ,ripping, and chocolately.

What a difference a day makes. A blow out it will be for many folks tomorrow. We needed this rain badly though!

Posted on: 2013/4/12 9:46
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Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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Needed rain but didn't need things at flood stage...this will be a great opening day! haha might just stay in or drive around.

Posted on: 2013/4/12 9:59


Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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I wasn't wishing a blow out on those going out for opening day. What I was hoping for was getting some water back into the aquifer, fill up some lakes and get us back to "normal" flows for this time of year.

This should hold us for a little while and the long range forecast is showing rain showers every couple of days.....as it should be in the spring.

Posted on: 2013/4/12 10:28
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Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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hmmm muncy creek has seen 1.5 inches of rain last few days... may have to go straight to the smaller trib tomorrow... and get there later!

Posted on: 2013/4/12 11:19


Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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Well, my local stream is now out of the banks, and I have a very mad 8 year old. Hopefully tomorrow's rains hold off and Sunday might be fishable.

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Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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This is your chance to show the little guy how to adapt and catch fish when others don't. It can still be done. If nothing else, sitting on the bank with the little one can't be a bad way to spend the morning.

Posted on: 2013/4/12 17:40
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This is your chance to show the little guy how to adapt and catch fish when others don't. It can still be done. If nothing else, sitting on the bank with the little one can't be a bad way to spend the morning.


I looked in the dictionary for the word perspective and there was this post. I then flipped over to creativity and it said: "see perspective."

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Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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But the streams weren't low!!!

Posted on: 2013/4/12 18:19
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Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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Don't worry, we'll still be there - this day is one I wouldn't miss come rain or snow. This is one of the best father - daughter days I get all year, and I hope it continues forever.

Posted on: 2013/4/12 19:08


Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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Sounds as if there will be some good fishing later in the season now that the fish will get a chance to spread out instead of being yanked out in low water conditions.I hope we get more rain.

Posted on: 2013/4/13 0:06


Re: is you favorite stream too low?

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The fact of the matter is that today we must anticipate extremes in weather. It's simply the way that it is and will continue to be. I often think that much of it is media hype but when we look at "averages" few things are "average" anymore. Look at 2011 when we were at a few days from declaring emergency drought levels (which historically we do every Summer in PA) almost 30 days early, then we are hammered with catastrophic rains. I was speaking with one of the WGAL meteorologists last week who is a forensics guy on climatology last week and the data is empirically sound. Variance is what we should expect.

Posted on: 2013/4/13 2:16



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