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2007/12/20 21:55:23 (permalink)

Sayers dam.

Anyone been out fishing latly.  Did they lower the dam yet??? 
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    nut
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2007/12/21 07:32:45 (permalink)
    no a buddy of mine said it was still looking full, we might try ice fishing there this winter, any suggestions, we usually go to black moshannon state park but it gets kinda hit or miss.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2007/12/21 10:27:50 (permalink)
    Ya id like to try it through the ice myself sometime.  And if i was going out id try just above the howard bridge in the deeper pockets fish may be holding there.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2007/12/22 08:53:15 (permalink)
    its 23 feet below the bridge, and 30 feet at the narrows at hunters run. i don't know of any place deeper
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2007/12/22 11:53:06 (permalink)
    Thats where i would start.  Fish will be holding in the deeper pockets good luck when u go out.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2007/12/22 23:36:39 (permalink)
    When I drove by last week to pick my brother up from LHU the lake was starting to ice over in the middle. Don't know what it's like now,  I expect it's going to be awhile till the ice is safe enough to go out on.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2007/12/23 08:16:13 (permalink)
    some" idiots" are ice fishing at black moshannon, my buddy was on the ice friday and saturday and caught a few perch.still too thin for us. don't need to take a cold bath.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2007/12/24 01:31:31 (permalink)
    To soon for that need about a week of sub zero weather for good ice.  I dont feel comfortable until the ice is aleast 8 inchs and the cracking is nerve racking.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2007/12/27 15:34:20 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: nut

    some" idiots" are ice fishing at black moshannon, my buddy was on the ice friday and saturday and caught a few perch.still too thin for us. don't need to take a cold bath.


    I was by it yesterday, its open again! As in, not ice fishing!
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2007/12/29 17:24:19 (permalink)
    Y a i figured that have not had a good cold snap.  Thanx for the update..
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/01/18 20:37:25 (permalink)
    Will have 2 days of subzero weather then it will warm again cant win shorter winters i guess.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/01/28 17:22:30 (permalink)
    Any updates? I know Parker **** is good, and I'm going to check out Curwensville Lake out tomorrow. Hoping to get out to sayers wednesday possibly.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/01/28 17:30:13 (permalink)
    Today it hit 40, my guess is its prob a no go although bald eagle creek had ice on it.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/01/28 18:14:44 (permalink)
    yeah that was my one worry. I'm kind of leary about going out on the ice even when I know it's safe.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/01/28 22:13:48 (permalink)
    Maybe come feb, we will get some good ice if not then it may be wanna those yrs
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/22 16:55:41 (permalink)
    Wont be long lets go about 3 weeks and the game is on...
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/27 11:41:18 (permalink)
    Anyone ever catch any big crappies there?  I usually catch 9-12 inchers every cast but never any big ones.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/27 13:36:03 (permalink)
    Thats good eating size.  Last yr, got a few pushing 14 inchs they were nice
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/27 17:53:25 (permalink)
    Those are trophies where i fish
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/27 22:07:43 (permalink)
    I heard through a friend that they are getting crappie through the ice last weekend anyone know anything about it.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/27 22:26:15 (permalink)
    hey stealys 4 me a customer told me today they were hitting crappie pretty good at yellow creek lake

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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/27 22:28:02 (permalink)
    Ice must be good over th ere  thanxs
     
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/27 22:41:19 (permalink)
    he claims 7in good ice minnows apparantly the ticket also they are pounding glendale aka THE DEAD SEA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL LOL LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/28 07:18:26 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: cabst119

    Anyone ever catch any big crappies there?  I usually catch 9-12 inchers every cast but never any big ones.
    9-12 inchers???? usually at sayers they are between 7 1/2- 8 3/4 inches just below the minimum. i have gotten some 10-14" crappies out of there, but that is a rarity.

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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/28 11:57:20 (permalink)
    Just called up there and dcnr reported that most of the lake is open damm.................
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/02/29 11:18:55 (permalink)
    I like catching a few 12"-15" crappies in a day rather than catching 100 -  8"crappies, so I fish accordingly.  Anywhere else I can catch a few nice ones in a day but never at Howard.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/03/01 16:33:42 (permalink)
    soon the fish will be there need some warming and they will be there..
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/03/05 12:20:26 (permalink)
    How is the fishing in the river below the dam?  Anyone ever float this and fish ?  What kind of fish - mostly smallmouth and rock bass ?
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/03/05 21:45:45 (permalink)
    Never tryed it. it would be good now i bet??.
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    RE: Sayers dam. 2008/03/06 06:57:46 (permalink)
    different sections have different fish. the riffles will hold trout, the deep outside holes may have channel cats, etc. i've only fished down about a mile or so, but there is some nice water. there is a path looking downstream on the lefthand side.

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