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Big Lehigh river, Upper Gorge, Carbon county, 4/5/12

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4 browns, 2 14-15, 2 10-12", giant stone flies cracking the boulders of Hades with 1/4 oz of lead.

Water temp probably 45-50 for this time of year, lower flows, small olive hatching, very small, size 24-26, maybe not even olives, midges possibly. One lone mayflay, not sure what it was march brown maybe. not a caddis or stone fly seen during evening fishing.

Think the area is getting fracked or there is water withdrawal or sand or something in the area. Trucks with the sloped front and backs moving up and down 940 at mach 3 rushing to please the Bankers of Babylon. Gen 4 nuclear can clean these sons of satan up. Then if they want to still occupy a region that has gen 4 reactors which shut down with the laws of physics they're going to have quite a pr problem. France keeps selling nuke power to the Uk as there wind turbines lie futile. Germany covers their mountains and houses with solar and wind and wonders what the problem is. Block nukes, the gas companies will dangle turbines in our faces to load balance this sludge all day long. LRSA should get some modern nuclear in the Gorge. Now that would be some real progress. negative coefficient of reactivity reactors are much safer than fracking and release steam. I would fish right in front of one all day long before I sat down wind of a gas compressor spewing death.

Posted on: 2012/4/5 22:14

Edited by BeastBrown on 2012/4/5 22:47:11


Re: Big Lehigh, Upper Gorge, 4/4
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BB,

Your concern for the environmental circumstances surrounding the Lehigh River are commendable. However, please review the instructions for posting here in Stream Reports as this report lacks the basic information we appreciate (and will be moved to another forum).
Thanks,
Dave W

Posted on: 2012/4/5 22:28


Re: Big Lehigh river, Upper Gorge, Carbon county, 4/5/12

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as far as i know that part isnt open yet till the 14th better be careful beast

Posted on: 2012/4/5 23:00


Re: Big Lehigh river, Upper Gorge, Carbon county, 4/5/12

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Someone called Harrisburg, and below Sandy Run to Mouth is open right now. Sandy Run to the March 31 opening day is C and R. Atw that are listed in sections are fishable in non-stocked areas. Got cold today, caddis, ticks and rattlers all went into hiding. Lots of mergansers. Should have a mergansers meet up to hunt them if they're legal fowl........trout pelicans they are.

Posted on: 2012/4/6 0:56






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