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2007/11/12 15:34:49 (permalink)

20 mile

Hey guys,
 
Can anyone tell me what part of 20 mile is in New York...?  Sounds stupid I know, but I really have no clue.
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    SilverKype
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 15:35:50 (permalink)
    upper
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 15:41:32 (permalink)
    Ok,  I take it then that it would be a nice hike before I'd get there....thats good....don't need the Fish Commision on me for a stupid mistake.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 15:44:29 (permalink)
    Look at the "maps" section on the main page. You will see that the N.Y. line is SEVERAL miles upstream.

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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 15:55:59 (permalink)
    Heads up:
    Watch for posted areas before going upstream into 20 mile in New York. One needs permission to fish these areas from the land owners. And, remember your New Your License/(s) if you do venture into New York.
    Be careful 20 mile in New York is quite a hike in and out. Be prepared and ware some hunter orange. 

    Chris
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 15:57:46 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: chrisrowboat

    Heads up:
    Watch for posted areas before going upstream into 20 mile in New York. One needs permission to fish these areas from the land owners. And, remember your New Your License/(s) if you do venture into New York.
    Be careful 20 mile in New York is quite a hike in and out. Be prepared and ware some hunter orange. 

    Chris

     
    What do you mean by that, Chris?
    I've never been that far up....

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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 16:03:55 (permalink)
    how do the fish get over that waterfall thats up on pa side under the railroad bridge wheres the posted land starts?
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 16:07:40 (permalink)
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    upper

     
     
    brilliant haha
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 16:19:32 (permalink)
    That's alright.  I generally go from the mouth to just a bit past the first bridge.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 16:26:02 (permalink)
    If you go "just a bit" past the first bridge, you are tresspassing.

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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 16:28:48 (permalink)
    Lol awesome....truthfully I was PLANNING on going past, but now that I'm aware I won't.  I did well enough last year around the mouth, and it'll just have to do this time around as well.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 17:15:48 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: mikeg

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    Heads up:
    Watch for posted areas before going upstream into 20 mile in New York. One needs permission to fish these areas from the land owners. And, remember your New Your License/(s) if you do venture into New York.
    Be careful 20 mile in New York is quite a hike in and out. Be prepared and ware some hunter orange. 

    Chris


    What do you mean by that, Chris?
    I've never been that far up....

     
     
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 18:03:02 (permalink)
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 18:19:55 (permalink)
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    how do the fish get over that waterfall thats up on pa side under the railroad bridge wheres the posted land starts?

     
    With the help of a lot of rain.

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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/12 21:35:32 (permalink)
    I know for a fact that its upper 20 mile because one day walking up and fishing took a break and made a call to someone important I hope and was caught roaming and paid i forget how much but enough.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/13 07:44:48 (permalink)
    Great.  If anyone saw hirtzell road this weekend be prepared for ruining it all. 
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/13 17:58:54 (permalink)
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    Great.  If anyone saw hirtzell road this weekend be prepared for ruining it all. 

     
     
     
     
     
    ????????????   Don't leave us hanging.  I was hoping to get up there if
    we get a little more rain.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/13 19:38:40 (permalink)
    steelheadman28, take a couple seconds and proof read your posts. You sound like Aunt Mel.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/13 19:46:18 (permalink)
    Okay well Hirtzell road was lined with cars, not to fish for steel, but to chase the "huge run" the rain brought on.  Pete dont u live in Northeast?
    post edited by Loomis - 2007/11/13 19:49:21
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 09:57:03 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: TransAmWS6

    how do the fish get over that waterfall thats up on pa side under the railroad bridge wheres the posted land starts?

     
     
    They jump.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 10:12:23 (permalink)
    lolol
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 14:57:14 (permalink)
    they are steelhead, not salmon, silly boy
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 15:15:21 (permalink)
    Steelhead jump, you DO know that right?
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 15:19:15 (permalink)
    ya but not like salmon
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 17:21:22 (permalink)
    plung pool is deep, the fish will jump.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 18:51:56 (permalink)
    Nope, Harborcreek.  Hence, the name.
     
    Someone must have been spreading rumors about fish being upstream to relieve lower 20 pressure.  I usually fish during the week, and rarely
    saw anyone last fall when I fished. I think we need another good rain or two to get fish up there.
     
    Thanks for info.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 18:59:10 (permalink)
    I've fished near two falls on the east side that Nagy says are impassable
    and watched fish after fish clear them. It just takes a really good rain.
    I was fishing the falls at 7 mile (which are now posted) with another
    guy a few years ago, and remarked that we were watching the impossible
    as about 30 or 40 fish cleared them easily.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 19:02:48 (permalink)
    I always thought that the fish would never make it past the falls at 16 mile until this year when we had that last rain and the fish were clearing it...
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 21:19:16 (permalink)
    Steelhead are sick units guys.  Believe it or not, but late season go to 12 mile and look upstream from the falls.  Gaurantee you see atleast one, I have.  And this was before I started walking them above the falls for release after being caught at the bridge, its good to give em atleast a chance of makin' babies.  Ahh there was a time when I thought walnut creek waterfall was just too much for these fish, glad I know otherwise.  Get off ur butts and do some walking, it will make you respect this species a heck of a lot more finding them where they should'nt be.
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    RE: 20 mile 2007/11/14 21:27:20 (permalink)
    "Believe it or not, but late season go to 12 mile and look upstream from the falls.  Gaurantee you see atleast one, I have.  And this was before I started walking them above the falls for release after being caught "
     
    Your not the only one that has done that, so don't be so sure that they make it up those falls without assistance..... I may have take place in a "restocking" program at 12 a time or two..

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