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Old 07-04-2014, 10:14 PM
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hi my name is greg and just started fly fishing the year, for the first time i had lots of luck on the flatbrook catching over 100 trout. i was wondering if any one else fishes the flatbrook or any other local streams and their techniques
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I have no idea where "Flatbrook" is. In any case you'd be best served by posting this question in the appropriate region section.

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Old 07-06-2014, 08:27 AM
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Not very many New Jersians on this site, but I reckon you mean The Flatbrook in Sussex County. This question might fair better in the local waters section further down on the site. To answer it anyways, the Flatbrook is real tough in early summer. Low flows and clear water mixed with scarce numbers of fish this year will make for a tough day. If you really want to go, try a rainy/overcast day.
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Old 07-08-2014, 08:19 PM
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Fellow jersey dweller here. Youre local to me. Check out the south branch of the raritan, in particular ken lockwood gorge. Hit me up sometime and maybe we can get together.

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100 trout?!? Well done Greg. No matter where you're fishing, that's just fun for the whole family. Keep it up!
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Thanks my friend
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