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2009/04/23 20:47:56 (permalink)

heading up tomarrow

heading up to camp tomarrow morning to fish kettle creek and probably first fork of sinnamahoning (sp).  was just wandering if anyone knew what should be hatching so i can try to whip up a few flys tonight? thanks 
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    Terry R
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    RE: heading up tomarrow 2009/04/24 13:34:00 (permalink)
    Check out this web site:
    www.flyfishingconnection.com/kettlecreek.html
    Let us know how you did.  T.
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    RE: heading up tomarrow 2009/04/27 05:02:10 (permalink)
    had a pretty good weekend got a few on drys lost a couple on nymphs and caught a few on live bait. was a good weekend overall
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    RE: heading up tomarrow 2009/04/27 20:17:50 (permalink)
    Glad you had success.  Beautiful weekend!  The wind presented a problem on W. Pa lakes.Kettle is a pretty good trek for me.  I never go up unless I have a 3 day.  What part of PA do you live in?


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    RE: heading up tomarrow 2009/04/27 21:34:29 (permalink)
    Glad u had a good time as well. We are headed Sat morning to Pine! Hopefully it doesnt rain the whole time
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    RE: heading up tomarrow 2009/04/28 04:31:03 (permalink)
    i live in mercer county so its about a 3hr to 3hr 30 minute drive.  also roosted a turkey about 200 yards from camp but woke up a little late and heard someone shoot in that area as i was getting ready to head out. walked up to the pipeline and talked to the guy that shot, had about a 8in beard. said he heard it from the road walked down the pipeline called 3 times after it flew down and came right in. was 610 when heard the shots.
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    RE: heading up tomarrow 2009/04/29 18:58:52 (permalink)
    I too was in the Sinnamahoning/Sinnemahoning (the town can be spelled either way, but the creek is always spelled with an e) valley this weekend.  Lots of Blue Quills around as well as some caddis on the small water I visited.  Not much surface activity though.
     
    I plan to stay for 5 days next month. and should hit several hatches then.
    Were is your camp SF12?  I'm between the dam and town.w_w. 

    If it has fins and gills, I'm there.

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    RE: heading up tomarrow 2009/04/29 21:09:59 (permalink)
    on trout run road (what elk lick road turns into). turn right up the hill before wharton right after you cross the bridge making first fork on the left side of the road
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