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Re: The Pine:Bottom of the Canyon

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If you're hiking down, you might as well take the rod is my take...only gonna add a few ounces to the weight. I stopped and took a look along Little Four Mile Run for some Brookies but didn't see any...it's on the nat repro list though, and makes a few nice pools on the way down. I didn't have a rod with me (was hiking time with my wife not and fishing time, as was explained to me), but if I did I woulda tossed a bug or two in there. Pine at the bottom is Pine at the bottom...we caught plenty of Smallies down by Tiadaghton in September, no trout though.

Posted on: 2012/10/26 11:07


Re: The Pine:Bottom of the Canyon

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There are trout in 4 Mile, for sure. Thing is, they'll probably be in the spawn when I'm there. Pine, you don't have to worry about that so much!

Posted on: 2012/10/26 11:11


Re: The Pine:Bottom of the Canyon

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4 mile is on the west side in colton point state pk. lots of brooks on the upper end and wild browns below the falls..

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Posted on: 2012/10/26 19:21
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Re: The Pine:Bottom of the Canyon

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Yeah, Little Four Mile is on the east side, and the one I was referring to on the hike down the Turkey Path from Leonard Harrison. Much smaller watershed that Four Mile across the way, and although on the nat repro, I didn't see any fish.

Posted on: 2012/10/26 23:13


Re: The Pine:Bottom of the Canyon

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Troutbert is correct, we hiked down to the bottom on the Turkey Path about 8 years ago and it was quite difficult. The trail was actually closed, but we went anyway. The fishing was not good and that just made it worse.
They don't stock Pine in the fall except in the DH areas so that's another negative. I was up just this week, came back Friday, fishing even in the DH sections was slow for Pine. We did however catch a bunch of SMB's in the upper DH area on Monday. The wether has been all over the map, and water levels weren't over 100 CFS until late this week when they finally went above the 97 year mean flow.

Posted on: 2012/10/27 18:12
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Re: The Pine:Bottom of the Canyon

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It's exercise, but the turkey path isn't really all that hard.

I've looked at but never fished Little 4 mile. 4 mile is pretty good though, cool hike once you get up in a ways. Brookie fishing can be pretty good, and browns mixed in (above the falls too) to keep things interesting.

Posted on: 2012/10/31 20:37


Re: The Pine:Bottom of the Canyon

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I'll have to go back and harvest some browns.

Posted on: 2012/11/1 15:50
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