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Re: PFBC Commissioners and Tailwater Wild Trout-Article

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I've been emailing PFC. They tell me that I'll get a response in 48-72 hours. They were only off on the estimated response time by 3 months on average. LOL. Before Jack jumps on me for being a selfish flyfisher, boaters can boat just as well in 55 degree eater as they can in 70 water. Let's get this project rolling. I'm tired of driving to NY.

Posted on: 2012/8/16 16:46
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Re: PFBC Commissioners and Tailwater Wild Trout-Article

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No you are not.

Posted on: 2012/8/16 18:21
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Re: PFBC Commissioners and Tailwater Wild Trout-Article

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Yes I am. Haven't fished there since we last floated. No interest in going with low flows and warm water. Praying for rain and for October to get here.

Posted on: 2012/8/16 19:04
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Re: PFBC Commissioners and Tailwater Wild Trout-Article

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Two-tier fisheries. Some lakes have them. And I'd venture to guess most of the reservoirs in this state that are big enough to sustain coldwater releases to support a trout fishery have them as well. I am sure this issue will rear its head as the PFBC pursues its tailwater policy. And I would not be surprised to see it as a reason to not make any changes to release management. It has come up on one reservoir here in eastern PA. I'd imagine though that with a selective withdrawl capability the issue of depleting the lower tier can be avoided. To me though to use it as an excuse is somewhat of a red-herring.

Posted on: 2012/8/16 20:39


Re: PFBC Commissioners and Tailwater Wild Trout-Article

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Bump.

Any more news on tailwater developments? Would love to see something like this introduced in PA.

Posted on: 2013/10/7 17:31



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