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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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she said you cant fish past the yellow iron bridge.


Wonder if that has something to do with the sewage leak? VC is not an ATW, and is a class A, so from a season's standpoint, you can legally fish it anywhere that's not posted.

Posted on: 2012/3/22 7:50


Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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I hope all you Lurkers are learning something. Apparently nobody else has. Two words: jack rocks.

Posted on: 2012/3/22 8:28


Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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Good discussion. I've done a lot of fishing on Slate & Cedar Runs where the fish are notoriously spooky, and VC fish are right up there on the spookiness scale IMHO. One major spookiness factor is proximity. Joggers and other passers-by do so at a distance, whereas we tend to be right on top of the Trout's holding & feeding lies. For context, you may notice a helicopter 1/4 mile away, but when it's hovering 100' from your house that's all you'll notice...

In general, I agree with Pat regarding flow rates - all of my 20+ days on VC have happened when the flow was 45cfs or higher. I don't "avoid" VC on low flow days, but it sets my expectation on how I'll need to fish (crawling around on my knees, longer leaders, etc). That said, I watch water clarity (Turbidity) more than anything. All of my larger fish (14"+) have been caught in above average or murky water conditions, regardless of flow. Fish spook less easily in murky water so you can get closer which means better line and drift control, and all of this adds up to greater catching potential. The rest is up to you. ;^)

EG

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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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Surfer,

Are you actually threatening people with Jack Rocks over a fishing spot?

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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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Surfer,

Are you actually threatening people with Jack Rocks over a fishing spot?


Sal I looked up "jack rocks" in the Urban Dictionary and the meaning is to throw a jagged object at the tires of an automobile. Whoa Surfer are you really threatening to slash tires? Do you live in the Mayfair section of Philly by any chance?

Posted on: 2012/3/22 11:44
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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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Surfer's profile claims he's a lawyer. No additional information needed. I rest my case!!!!!

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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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I thought he was simply stating the fact that Jack rocks. Kiss@ss.

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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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Surfer's profile claims he's a lawyer. No additional information needed. I rest my case!!!!!


You just defamed both Jack and I. Besides you are a Prof not a lawyer so you have no case to rest.

Posted on: 2012/3/22 13:02
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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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Also throw them at cheating spouses,according to google.

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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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Jack knows what rocks. And I'm assuming that if you're replying, you're not a lurker. So, in that sense, you don't know Jack.

Posted on: 2012/3/22 14:21


Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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And of course I wouldn't threaten anyone on a public board. Goofnuts.

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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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And, as a lawyer, you should know correct grammar. It's "Jack and me"!!!!!

Posted on: 2012/3/22 14:27


Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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Wait a second, Prof! Why is it, "Jack and me" and not "Jack and I"?

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Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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It is "Jack and I if used as the subject of a sentence, as in "Jack and I went down to Valley Creek and threw rocks at the guys bait fishing with size 1 baitholder hooks." It is "Jack and me" or "me and Jack" if used as the object of a sentence, such as "The guys on PAFF really gave Jack and me a hard time for throwing rocks at the guys bait fishing with size 1 baitholder hooks."

Posted on: 2012/3/22 15:54


Re: Valley Creek, Chester County, 3/19/2012

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And I would suggest that throwing rocks at people engaging in perfectly legal behavior should be discouraged!!!

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