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Re: PAFF Jamboree History

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Then don't. I didn't fish Penns at all during last years jam. There's plenty of streams within a short drive, any type of water you want. Last year the group I was with fished a few native brookie streams all day and then fished Spring Creek in the evening, before returning to Coburn for the campfire.

There's tons of water there, you can have any style you want.

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Jayl, can I do my Jimmi impersonation?

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Fish penns? LOL

The only way anyone is fishing penns is by maybe throwing a few casts because it's close, and because it's a ceremonial thing to do. It will be running chocolate brown and in the bushes.

I'm always good with anything related to Jimi.

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I have been to four Jams at Coburn and only fished Penns once. That's what's nice about the location is that, in addition to it being in the absolute center of the state, there are so many alternatives.


Stop being such a fuddy duddy, Chaz. See that Glock...fuddy duddy is way worse than jamboree...

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Glock Guy, these guys are definately not Cub Scouts.


I'm a tellin ye....they's all worse an' jumpier than a pile o' varmints at a gosh danged coonskinners convention.

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I'm a tellin ye....they's all worse an' jumpier than a pile o' varmints at a gosh danged coonskinners convention.




That does it - I'm puttin Gunsmoke in the Netflix que.....

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I don't remember how we came to the name Jamboree, but it has stuck all this time, so I don't think it's going to change. I've only missed one, the second one in Pine Valley. I always had a great time, except for the one that I had to leave because i was sick, so if you can make it, join us!

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Did Paul mention he makes a killer deer bologna?

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I'm a tellin ye....they's all worse an' jumpier than a pile o' varmints at a gosh danged coonskinners convention.




That does it - I'm puttin Gunsmoke in the Netflix que.....



Lol Dave...

See how much you're missed Festus? I sent you that message a while ago about wondering where you went to. Glad to see you're back and at your best. I think you've had more posts than JayL and LJ combined since then!



And to all of those who are on the fence about coming to the JAM, just do it. Whether it's the name that bothers you, or something else, you'll regret not coming. I went last year for the first time and barring severe sickness I won't miss another one. And I don't have vacation time... I don't work, I don't get paid, and it is well worth it for me to come to the JAM.

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Re: PAFF Jamboree History

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Did Paul mention he makes a killer deer bologna?


Well I reckon that's 'bout all Ol' Festus needs ta hear. There's only 2 things that cin get Ol' Festus out of Potter and Tioga County, and one of thems that deer meat stuffed inta tubes an smoked just right.

The other thing Ol' Festus just hain't up ta talkin' about.

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Tom

I'll try and get my Son to make some more of the bologna, he did very well this deer season, so he's got plenty of meat.

Last year I made some sloppy Joe's with deer meat, that when very well. This year I'll think of something else I can make for all.

PaulG

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You are the man Paul. You became ill and left early last Jam I was at and we didn't get much chance to talk. Looking forward to it.

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Tom

I'll try and get my Son to make some more of the bologna, he did very well this deer season, so he's got plenty of meat.

Last year I made some sloppy Joe's with deer meat, that when very well. This year I'll think of something else I can make for all.

PaulG


I tyhink I ate like 6 of those sloppy joes........yummy!

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I have no idea how I missed sloppy joes. Lame!

Paul,

That deer bologna does kick some butt. I look forward to it every year.

I am going to try to fry some scrapple at the jam. Too many of you have not tried it.

Posted on: 2010/2/16 17:09


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With the Jamboree only a few weeks away, I'm thinking some of the guys who have attended in the past but don't visit here regularly may be checcking in.

We tried to get a short history going and here is where Maurice got us so far:

Jamboree History:

Those more knowledgeable please fill in blanks, make corrections, etc.

1999 Woodward, PA (John, any dates on your photos?) did you guys stay at Hemlock?Woodward CG
2000 Coburn, PA Hemlock Acres CG
2001 Henrietta, PA, Henrietta F&G Club
2002 Coburn, PA Hemlock Acres CG
2003 Coburn, PA, May [most likely, weekend between mother's day and memorial day that year?], Hemlock Acres CG
2004 Cedar Run, PA, [May 28-30][same?], Petticote Junction CG
2005 Coburn, PA, May 20-22, Hemlock Acres CG
2006 Coburn, PA, June 2-4, Hemlock Acres CG
2007 Gaines, PA, June 1-3, Kenshire KG
2008 Coburn, PA, May 16-18, Hemlock Acres CG
2009 Coburn, PA, May 15-17, Hemlock Acres CG
2010 Coburn, PA, May 21-23, Hemlock Acres CG

I think I can figure out the dates from 2003 onward, but it may take a couple days.

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