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03-05-2002 06:52 PM
capt_gordon Lefty,
That's the reason I left Syracuse for NC in the first place. :hehe:
03-05-2002 08:09 AM
Lefty Capt. Gordon,

Ya but...but...but er um nice fish. Grumble bumble drual. Ya but you don't get the beautiful snow drifts and sparkly ice on you're driveways the we get. There, I showed him.

Lefty
02-21-2002 06:08 PM
pmflyfisher Yes with all of this warm weather this winter the steelhead that wintered over are already spawned out or almost. Looks like things are about a 3-4 weeks early this year in the Mid west and probably most of the nation.

Adapt your spring fishing trips as necessary. I am rethinking mine right now.

Hate thos NC people it always warm down there for the most part have friends at Pinehurst, NC.

02-21-2002 05:46 PM
John Desjardins FWIW, Walden looks very fishable. The ice was ~ 30-120' from the shoreline. I didn't stay long enough to see any midges.
02-21-2002 05:07 PM
capt_gordon
NC trout in winter

I hate to do this to you guys- one week ago. Small stream in North Carolina.
:eyecrazy:
02-21-2002 04:03 PM
jared john --- sorry for the confusion...is that better??



-j
02-21-2002 02:02 PM
John Desjardins Its a fair bet that many eastern Mass ponds will be fishable this weekend. Last night I stopped at one of my favorite warm water ponds (west of 495) and it had 20' of water before the ice started. I'll take a look at Walden on the way home.
02-21-2002 01:45 PM
striblue Gee Jared.. when I saw your post Title I rushed to see it expecting something about the 1960's.... it was not ,so now I am sad.
02-21-2002 01:35 PM
Brad Jared, I understand how you feel. I moved to CO from MA and it gets into the 60's all the time out here in the winter. I really have the bug to get out and go fishing but I would rather save the vacation days for later this spring. Something I did last year was combine a ski trip with a fishing trip. You could ski at Mount Snow in the morning and hit the deerfield on the way home for the afternoon action.

Brad
02-21-2002 12:36 PM
jared
60 DEGREES and sad

sat outside for a "picnic" lunch today....60 degs, end of Feb....wishin' I were on a trout stream in western MA....there have GOT to be some midges and/or blue wings popping today....



nuthin' like being stuck at work!!

--j

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