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Re: Gunpowder Falls, Maryland 5/3/2011

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As Lt. Frank Drebin said in The Naked Gun: "Nice beaver".

Posted on: 2011/5/7 8:46


Re: Gunpowder Falls, Maryland 5/3/2011

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Fishidiot wrote:
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wbranch wrote:
"Regarding the didymo, the heavy spring rains and rising temps have washed it all out."

This is a joke right?


I don't think he meant it as a joke. Snot mats are often heaviest early in the year, and low water springtimes (like 2009) often see very heavy accumulations on the rocks. When a heavy rain hits, much of it does break loose and wash away. Afterwards, the rocks appear to be clear. Of course, the stuff isn't permanently gone - just currently unoticeable.


Thanks for clarifying...what I meant to say was that the didymo will not affect your fishing, even when nymphing. The spores are still there, but once the temps rise and a few blowouts happen, fishing conditions are fine.

Posted on: 2011/5/7 10:26


Re: Gunpowder Falls, Maryland 5/3/2011

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With respect to comments on just catching "dinks" in the Gun, I would have to disagree with that statement. I do agree that there are many small fish in the Gun, but this year I have taken many fish in the 12-14" range and several larger than that. I did not use streamers or large nymphs, mostly midges and am very pleased with the size of the fish that I have taken so far this year. I have fished the Gun at least 14-16 times so far this year including January, February and March.

Dale

Posted on: 2011/5/7 18:09


Re: Gunpowder Falls, Maryland 5/3/2011

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Dale49 wrote:
With respect to comments on just catching "dinks" in the Gun, I would have to disagree with that statement. I do agree that there are many small fish in the Gun, but this year I have taken many fish in the 12-14" range and several larger than that. I did not use streamers or large nymphs, mostly midges and am very pleased with the size of the fish that I have taken so far this year. I have fished the Gun at least 14-16 times so far this year including January, February and March.

Dale


Dale,

Agreed. I had a great day last fall when I brought 13 fish to hand and the average was near 12 inches.

Posted on: 2011/5/7 20:17



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