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Morris, PA Area

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We've been invited to spend a few days in July or August at a friend's house in a little village called Oregon Hill near Morris. I know it's not far from Slate and Cedar, but would love some input on other options in the area. As I am completely against spot burning, PM's are more than welcome. We will definitely stop by and pick Sandfly's brain and buy some stuff. Not interested in smallmouth.....I can get all I want in the Brandywine. Thanks.

Posted on: 2013/7/2 19:44


Re: Morris, PA Area

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Define the "area". How far are you willing to drive? The only reason I ask is because I know a lot of streams that I fish when I'm in that "area"....but it's all relative. I might be an hour away from a stream, and consider it close because frankly, it's closer than it would be if I were at home.

Posted on: 2013/7/2 20:14


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Excellent point. Let's say an hour.

Posted on: 2013/7/2 20:16


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I'll PM you to respect your views on spot burning

Posted on: 2013/7/2 20:25


Re: Morris, PA Area

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My camp is a couple of miles from there. I have a list of 93 streams/sections within an hour. You want that narrowed down some?

Posted on: 2013/7/3 9:06


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Ha. Send them all. Fantastic. I'll PM you with any questions, if you don't mind. Thanks.

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Re: Morris, PA Area

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Checkout this map(Tioga State Forest) & look to the west & northwest of Oregon Hill. You have both the Slate Run & Cedar Run drainage. Plenty of streams to explore. You can get a copy of this map at the Tioga State Forest office just south of Wellsboro on Rt287 or I think Sandfly has some copies.
http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/cs/groups ... nts/document/D_000881.pdf

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Re: Morris, PA Area

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Brad,

Thanks. Great map. Guess I should have thought of that.

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Make sure you budget your time wisely. Plan on spending as much time at Sandfly's shop as you plan on spending on the stream that day, 'cause he'll keep you there for hours entertaining you.

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Re: Morris, PA Area

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gets mighty loney here squashy, only get visits from people like brad during the weekdays. I miss you squashums. !!

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Re: Morris, PA Area

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Sorry dude, I probably won't be up again til November!

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Re: Morris, PA Area

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If I was gonna be in Morris I would fish Cedar starting at the mouth right across from Pettecote Junction. I have no idea what kinda shape your in but, I'd fish it to at least the bottom of the Mine Hole. A lot of the fishing in the area depends on water levels/rainfall as I'm sure your aware. If there is water in the mountain there are some nice little runs between Blackwell and Cedar Run. School house, Woodhouse. And of course there's always Slate. Hopefully the Amish and or Mennonites haven't dynamited or dumped bleach in any of the better holes for harvesting fish for a big fish fry. Happens more than one would think. Good luck. Have fun.

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Re: Morris, PA Area

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AS usual, the guys on PAFF come through. Received some graet information. Thanks everyone. And, Shortrod, that stuff you sent is incredible.

Posted on: 2013/7/3 18:40


Re: Morris, PA Area

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john,my family's farm is on oregon hill...i am guessing you are staying at T.D.'s.??when is your trip ,as i am up there @every other week right now for work.would be glad to show you around if i am around.

Posted on: 2013/7/3 21:51


Re: Morris, PA Area

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Joe,

Forgot about your place up there. It is T.D.'s. We can go anytime. We'll make sure it's a week when you're there. Thanks.

Posted on: 2013/7/4 3:46



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