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Old 12-22-2010, 12:12 AM
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Default Re: Appalachian Trail and trout fishing

Hi Anthony,

I have fished through parts of Maine and Tennessee and made use of tent sites and Bunk Houses along the trail. It was a very cool way to go fishing and always offered beautiful scenery where I was at. The trail is one of those things that if I had a chance to go back in life for a re-do, I would walk it from Springer Mtn. Georgia to the peak of Katahdin in Maine. For sure! I loved the terminus in Main so much I have hiked through Baxter Park from three different directions and climbed Katahdin all three times. I loved Maine!

Ard
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