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Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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Adult beverages are on your own. Beer is sold at the Quick Stop across the street. There may be an option to float for you.

Jay,
You've a bunch of hrs on river up there and that's a lot more than an guy with zero would have. If you have no interest in 'leading' first timers, no biggie. I'm just hoping to have a few other guys step up and so we can break into smaller numbers. A 12 man wading brigade or 9 boat float group would be a mess.

Jeff,
I will have my small trailer, Josh will bring his big trailer, I believe David and Flyswatter both have pick ups. Somebody else has a Suburban. Not sure if George has a trailer. Brandon has his trailer but may be a 'no go'. Work is slow for him and money is tight. I may foot the bill for one night in the motel so I can get him to come along. I'd like to see him make it.

If we got all cars but one to the take out, we'll be fine. The other one can be picked up later or shuttled down by Gene and Ines.

Posted on: 2010/8/13 16:58


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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Only if it rides in my pontoon.

Seriously though, I was kind of thinking we could do some kind of craft brew swap if we have enough beer geeks. Maybe a "bring your favorite IPA" beer exchange. Small batch craft beers/microbrews only, please!

If we could get 6 participants, for example, we could each get 4 bottles of six different beers to drink/share for the weekend.


What is PBFC stance on kegs on board 'toons?

That exchange is a great idea and I am def in.

Posted on: 2010/8/13 16:59


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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Crappy Beer is sold at the Quick Stop across the street.


FYP

Posted on: 2010/8/13 17:00


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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Holy #OOPS#.... I think I been drinking beer since 8th grade and I'm pretty sure I don't know WTF Jay's talkin about.

Wait... Maybe that's why i don't understand?!

Posted on: 2010/8/13 17:03


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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I drink lager. Josh drinks Pabst. We are out of your high brow beer swap. :)

Posted on: 2010/8/13 17:06


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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I can bring a big trailer along if it will help. I kinda no my way around at least from Stilesville to Lordville anyways!


I wont be drinking I'm going hardcore streamer fishing and will on the water from dark to dark!

I had a glorious awakening to chucking meat yesterday!

Posted on: 2010/8/13 17:14
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Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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MY MAN! Looks like we've go 2 in our group then.

I'll hit it before daylight and toss some #2 3xl streamers w/ you. Won't be taking any 8" fish on those!

Posted on: 2010/8/13 17:16


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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India Pale Ale, abbreviated IPA, is a type of ale that is light amber to copper in colour, medium to medium-high alcohol by volume, with hoppy, bitter and sometimes malty flavour.

While we are at it, for those PA folks who think that brewery in Pottstown invented lager, it is a style of beer not a brand name. I was amazed when I moved here and people would order "lager". What's more amazing is last time I was back home in NC, Yuengling had made it's way down there and is considered a premium beer! People were paying $4-5 pint for it. Unreal.

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I had a glorious awakening to chucking meat yesterday!


Photos or it did not happen.

Posted on: 2010/8/13 17:20


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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sight_nymph_17109 wrote:
MY MAN! Looks like we've go 2 in our group then.

I'll hit it before daylight and toss some #2 3xl streamers w/ you. Won't be taking any 8" fish on those!



Thats the whole point.........I'm very disappointed in the big fish this year, they arent doing a very good job at eating the dinks! I've never caught so many 8-10in Delaware fish!

Posted on: 2010/8/13 17:21
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Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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Hey brew master, Lager is a premium beer. :) I could never get it when headed south to golf but it's all over Myrtle Beach and Williamsburg now.

I can understand some doubting Alpa but I've seen him in action. I think dude can fish. He sure can cast the hell out of it. If he'll just cut the dry fly off once in a while, he'll post some big numbers of fish. Bet him $50 on fish count for the day and then play him cards at night so you can get your $50 back. LMAO

Posted on: 2010/8/13 17:29


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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Dont even carry a camera! I know they look like!

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Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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jdaddy wrote:
Why gfen really wants a pontoon.


I'd tell you what I was really saying abotu that point, but it'd just be a string of #OOPS#ings over and over.

Thankfully, Jerad didn't film me spinning in circles while trying to master the advanced concept of "rowing."

Posted on: 2010/8/14 2:56


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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With everyone's permission I would like to un-hijack this thread for a moment. I have a room on the 23rd, 24th, 25th so I can fish my butt off. Might cancel the 23rd due to work sked, will see.

Gene and Inez are excited to have us. They will allow us to grill on the parking lot just outside our rooms, keep that in mind. Also each room has a small fridge, and microwave.

I will possibly have room to share for a non-smoker, light snorer, minimal gas passer, that gets up to pee less than once an hour, and will not take any of my flies, nor my Makers Mark without leaving something equal in value as a replacement. PM me if interested.

I will be floating. Here is a pic of my rig, before I attacked the trailer with a sawzall. We should be able to lash a kayak or two, or a pontoon boat or two on top of my boat to save on a few shuttles.

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I was up there a week ago, and there are still some fish in the river.

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Sorry to bring the thread back on topic. Go ahead and hijack away.

Posted on: 2010/8/15 15:14


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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I wont be drinking I'm going hardcore streamer fishing and will on the water from dark to dark!


You and me baby! I gonna be doing the same thing.

Jg

Posted on: 2010/8/15 15:21


Re: Catskills JAM: Need some info / help from attendees

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Andy,

I have no problem leading a group. Just putting the obligatory disclaimer up. I can talk a good game, but Maurice knows my dark secret!!



Ok, the dark secret is that I'm just out there figurin' stuff out, and sometimes it works. I really have no idea what I'm doing, but I obsessively analyze everything, and therefore can sound convincing. At the very least, I can figure out what MIGHT work by applying a little old fashioned engineer thinking. I'm happy with leading a group if they're okay with that.

If you fish with me, you disregard flat water. You will seek riffles, and throw oversized flies. Frog water risers are merely part of the scenery. We are on the water at 10am if we are lucky, after a 32 of gatorade and a greasy breakfast. I have little tolerance for mornings.

If a group of a few guys comes forward and thinks that sounds good, follow me.

Posted on: 2010/8/15 22:08



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