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Old 04-06-2013, 01:14 AM
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Default Re: Shenandoah National Park in Winter

Hi Rick,

We thrive on reports filled with pictures. Seldom have I seen anyone post a report and get blasted for it. We do encourage people not to hot spot. Maybe that's silly but it is also one of the oldest fisherman's codes I learned, you don't tell where.

Yes some people write books naming every trickle and access point for the sake of selling the books. I know they proffer them as 'helping anglers to quality experiences' but I don't tell where I fish, that is unless I am headed somewhere like the Kenai River. Some rivers are so large and full of fish that their names could be included in every article, blog, book, and forum post without really damaging them.

Small brooks are another story,

Ard
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