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09-27-2001 09:33 AM
Lefty Wow NAte. I know the Tweed. Beautiful valley where it flows through farms and hills down to the White. I've always wanted to fish it again. I'm surprised there was ant water in it at all. Thanks for the report.

Lefty
09-23-2001 02:01 PM
Nathan Smith Saw 0 other fishermen which was great. The white river is nice in that area too. It is just too low right now with the little rain we've gotten
09-23-2001 10:39 AM
juro Sounds pretty awesome Nate. I really enjoyed fishing the streams in the northwest corner of NH years ago, right there by the mid-Vermont border. Streams were drinking water clean and plenty of trout swam the flows. My then girlfriend (now wife) and I used to camp up there to get away from the crowds and what we found was beautiful and peaceful. Plus the fishing was great

I wouldn't mind visiting up there again.
09-22-2001 09:44 PM
mayflyman Wish I was there...
I have an Orvis 1-weight.
09-22-2001 07:57 PM
Nathan Smith
Stony brook and Tweed brook

Fished 2 brooks in centeral vermont. Very nice technical fishing with the 2 weight. Both are very small pocket water sreams no more then 5 feet across and 2 feet deep. Largest was a 12" brook.

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