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What kind of streams do you primarily fish?
Ended at 2014/4/30 15:00
Approved Trout Waters (Stocked Fish) 16 % 16 % (38)
Class A Wild Trout Streams 24 % 24 % (55)
Special Regulation Areas 22 % 22 % (52)
Wilderness Trout Streams 6 % 6 % (15)
No Preference All Trout Streams 30 % 30 % (69)
Total Votes: 229
Total Voters: 229

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Chaz
Posted: 2014/4/15 16:35  Updated: 2014/4/15 16:35
Joined: 2006/9/13
From: LV
Posts: 7535
 What about Streams with Natural Reproduction?
What about Streams with Natural Reproduction? Those are some of the best. No vote.
sarce
Posted: 2014/4/16 1:05  Updated: 2014/4/16 1:06
Joined: 2013/2/16
From: State College
Posts: 337
 Re: What about Streams with Natural Reproduction?
That's what I was thinking too. Class A or not does not factor into which wild trout streams I fish, although the ones closest to me all happen to be class A.
Chaz
Posted: 2014/4/18 10:20  Updated: 2014/4/18 10:20
Joined: 2006/9/13
From: LV
Posts: 7535
 Re: What about Streams with Natural Reproduction?
And there are far more wild trout streams than class a streams and thousands of miles more too.
salmonoid
Posted: 2014/4/21 16:13  Updated: 2014/4/21 16:13
Joined: 2007/6/19
From: Lancaster County
Posts: 1495
 Re: What about Streams with Natural Reproduction?
My vote too was for this non-existent option. All Wilderness streams and Class A streams automatically qualify for the Natural Reproduction stream, but there are quite a few streams that have neither the remoteness nor the biomass to qualify for one of the other designation, but are still fun to fish.



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