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Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012
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Fished the Muddy alone for the first time since the summer. I always like to sample the surviving pops before fall stockings. This time I tried outside the FFO area. But I still gotta get there before Oct 10 when it gets stocked once again.

Water temp was 65.5 when I started at 2:30 pm. Hoped to fish til dark but knew of impending storms even though there was nothing on the radar. I ventured away from the car with an upstream game plan based on the clear low water.

In two hours of fishing I landed three (below) and missed, turned or hooked and lost around 5-6 others. Then the rain came. Chased me out, soaked to the bone. Rode home in clear skys, bare chested. (shoulda stuck it out under a tree or something, coulda fished longer)

I gotta put a poncho on my pack one of these days, getting ridiculous that I keep getting soaked through stupidity.


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Posted on: 2012/9/23 12:44

Edited by Maurice on 2012/9/23 21:00:03
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012
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I have a very inexpensive ($1) plastic poncho tucked into my backback of my vest-pack. It is lightweight and compact and it is there for a day like that-- to keep me dry in order to get back to the car for a more substantial raincoat or to get home fairly dry.

Posted on: 2012/9/23 15:05
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012

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Excellent report, Maurice!

Beautiful trout..... in a beautiful creek.

65 water temp seems rather warm? I see that some trout survive though.

Posted on: 2012/9/23 17:36


Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012

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midded?
Curious about that meaning because googles definition doesn't seem to fit although it does suggest confused.

Posted on: 2012/9/23 19:11
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012

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Those fish look wild. Are they stockies?

Posted on: 2012/9/23 19:51


Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012
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pete41 wrote:
midded?
Curious about that meaning because googles definition doesn't seem to fit although it does suggest confused.


Good catch Pete. The word should have been "missed". As in felt the strike and lost them before any fight ensued.

Posted on: 2012/9/23 21:01
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012
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Those fish look wild. Are they stockies?

Yes they are wild, I did not touch any stockies although there could have been some that I missed that were stockies.

Posted on: 2012/9/23 21:02
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actually it wasn't a good catch-
I thought it was one of the computer words the in crowd uses.
I really wanted to know what it stood for.lol

Posted on: 2012/9/23 21:18
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Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012

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WHAT ABOUT A PIC OF THE BARE-CHESTED MAURICE FOR ALL THE LADIES??? LOL

Posted on: 2012/9/24 7:51


Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012
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glenrockonthefly the visualization is frightening enough.

Posted on: 2012/9/24 14:57


Re: Muddy Creek, York County, 09/22/2012

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glenrockonthefly the visualization is frightening enough.



BURN from the webmaster!

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