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Re: Warm Water/Smallie Jam??
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I'm going to go back down to VA and fish a good smallie river this year. It's pointless to spend much time or money in PA anymore for smallmouth.



New you'd say that.

Posted on: 2013/2/18 12:02


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I would avoid the Delaware River 7/20-7/21.
Floatzilla 6 is scheduled for those 2 days.
Hundreds of kayaks floating down the river.

Posted on: 2013/2/18 12:31


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Ya always have the Lehigh or the Skuke.

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So we all know that Eastern PA is not what it used to be period. I live in Western PA and spend most of my time targeting smallies with success. The lower Yough or the Allegheny tail water near Warren are both great. Not to mention you got a shot at muskie, pike, walleye, and world class browns on the Allegheny. The lower Yough is pretty much the same story. Both have absolutely beautiful mountain scenery, and are big enough to support a "float jam" because one boat couldn't possibly cover all the fishy water available! I'm not saying to give up on the Susky or the "J"; I grew up fishing them when I lived in Williamsport, but it's just not the same. I say why not get together on some water that we actually stand to catch some fish!

Posted on: 2013/2/19 13:33


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Not to mention you could easily make a 2 day float jam on the Allegheny from the damn to Tidioute, and camp out either on the Allegheny Wilderness Islands or at Buckaloons.

Posted on: 2013/2/19 13:43


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Sal and I talked about a WW Jam down here in Lancaster but we never got it rolling. Lancaster is filled with great WW fishing. I'll think this over a bit, the QG (March Brown) Summit is my "organized" jam, but doing one in my back yard for a hot summer Saturday wouldn't be so bad.

Posted on: 2013/2/19 14:03


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How about the Lehigh or the Delaware?
If this materializes, count me in.

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If you can not catch smallies on the Delaware or Lehigh there is something wrong.

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How wadeable is the Lehigh or the Delaware? I personally don't have a kayak or any type of water craft so wading is my only option. I could probably borrow one from a friend for a jam.....

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You can catch them on the Lehigh and Big D, but nothing like the New or James. Down there a guy can still catch 50-100/day on poppers aand streamers, and several are likely to be 4#+.

Posted on: 2013/2/20 8:23


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Surf,

Like we talked...end of June...on my docket...head for the hills!

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If I head to the New or the James. Small mouth aint on the radar for me. Those are 1st class musky rivers.

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Indeed. But they don't jam on a hot summer day. You need to be there right now.

Posted on: 2013/2/22 8:17


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If I head to the New or the James. Small mouth aint on the radar for me. Those are 1st class musky rivers.



May take my 10wt for some brown lining....

Posted on: 2013/2/22 8:26


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You are right this is the peek time in VA. Alot like our months of sept & oct. Muskys dont stop eating because of the heat.

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