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11-16-2000 07:26 AM
grego
RE:Commuter flyfishing

I'm the first one back from Whites. Jared caught a nice Bow. Nice morning, a little chilley, but the breeze was light & picking up when I left. One Falcon was also fishing. Saw a few rises in casting distance, but more activity seen a little further out beyond casting range. Still looking for that first trout on the fly.
11-15-2000 01:27 PM
juro
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Very funny Mike... hey someone stole your kayak!

Backside cove (Sperry) has room for four cars max; the beach has room for several. I think we are talking four cars at this point so no problem.

Backside:

Heading west - take the left turn at the lights after Walden just past the farm stand with the pond and the Gas / Convenience on the left side. Taking a right would bring you to the Concord depot area, for reference.

Go over Concord River and past Old Rd. to NAC. Take the next right on Powder Mill Rd. Go up hill past school and left on Plainfield.

To get to boat launch, take the unmarked right just past the field - first right.

To get to the backside, turn right on Dover and go to end, there is a little fire road access with room for only a few cars.

Walk straight ahead as if road continued to top of ridge, follow trail to a White's Pond rec area sign and down to water.

If using a float tube or canoe, go to launch. If walking, the back side is better.

I'm shooting for 6am arrival w/ midges, emergers, buggers, beadhead stones, streamers, and other odd creations in the box.

Jared has confirmed, GregO looks good for it, Terry is a possible. See you there!
11-15-2000 01:18 PM
grego
RE:Commuter flyfishing

It is also looking good for me to make it!
11-15-2000 10:45 AM
Powers
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Juro,

Check you e-mail. International wants a meeting with you tomorrow at 0730.

heh heh

Mike
11-15-2000 06:18 AM
jared
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Juro --

I might actually be able to make this one!! Is it wade fishing and can you email me better driving directions??

thanks!

--jared
11-14-2000 08:11 PM
juro
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Targeting Thursday AM, backside Whites from daybreak to 8am. Park at the end of Dover Rd, off Plainfield. Room for three cars max, maybe four since we're leaving early. Not 100% but the weather is supposed to be good and I don't have any meetings till 10am.
11-08-2000 10:57 AM
Lefty
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Gee, I've never trout fished in a crowd before. Kinda a solitary thing, or maybe with my brother. My old lamiglass is an oddity too. Maybe I ought to head (hide) out to Ashby for some brookies...
BTW: Where's Nate? He should be all over some troutin.

Terry
11-08-2000 10:27 AM
TinMan
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Ssmelly,

Done (to mediaone account).
11-08-2000 09:48 AM
TinMan
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Roop, I'll be happy to trade trout flies for saltwater ones if you're interested. Heck, I'll just give you some and pass along the good vibes from the generosity of the Indian Summer Outing.

Trouble is, I don't know what to give you since I'm not sure what I'll use myself - never caught anything at Walden, but lots at Whites (bass, rainbow).
11-08-2000 08:29 AM
jared
RE:Commuter flyfishing

i'm with ya Terry...only problem is i'll have to be with you guys in spirit
cause i'll be chained to the desk on friday...have fun!!

--jared
11-08-2000 06:12 AM
bigcat988
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Terry,
I'am with you,I would rather fish a river any day.
11-07-2000 11:45 PM
ssully
RE:Commuter flyfishing

So what is it Whites or Walden Friday?

TinMike,

Email me.

ssmelly
11-07-2000 07:24 PM
Lefty
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Yo,
Always eager to talk a little treason (can't help me Irish upbringing) I don't get the atraction of these ponds. I've never been to Whites so I could be wrong. But I've been to Walden lots over the past year and boy it seems to be one depressing fishbowl. Small, water is low, guys chasing the stocking truck...etc(and Whites is evan smaller?). Why not fish Badacook? Longsoughtfor? Upper stretches of the Squanny, Nissi etc. Why not go remote where a fish has had less thrown at it and streched out a bit in wilder waters? I don't get it? (of course I didn't get the South Rip either, but I was right about Chatham Light). Anyone got a good reason to not go further out?

Terry

Hell if yall gonna be there, that's reason enough for me.
11-07-2000 07:16 PM
Roop
RE:Commuter flyfishing

Look out!

I just happen to be "interviewing" on Friday...

Should I bring the kick boat or the dingy dinghy w/ electric motor?

And flies, yeah... I need flies but I can't tie anything that small anymore.... anyone interested in swapping some trout flies for anything?

And lines yeah, yeah, new lines for the #4 & # 6. Yeah that's the ticket...

Maniacally plotting my attack.

Roop
11-07-2000 02:27 PM
troutbum
RE:Commuter flyfishing

juro, I'm thinking of taking Friday off for fishing also, maybe when you get done down there with those little minnows we can hook up on the Stillwater somewhere, i'm planning on being out there to look for some Salmon. Look for my truck....i'll only say it's the biggest van you've ever seen and i'll be there somewhere. I'm thinkin of making a day of it to explore some of the less traveled areas.
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