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Old 10-23-2007, 05:19 AM
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Hi all i am new to this forum and was wondering if there are anyone from the midatlantic coast i am from De and fish alot around the mouth of the DE bay and the ocean front. Mostly small blues around here now but the large stripers are around Rhode Island and heade south should be around here in a week or 2
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Old 10-23-2007, 06:22 AM
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Hailing from maine.....too NE for you though.
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Default Re: Any Northeast Flyfishers?

I'm in Newark, DE. I've wanted to fish for Stripers and Blues for awhile but my heaviest rod is a mid-flex 6-weight.

Mostly I fish for trout on White Clay Creek and a few other streams nearby.
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Default Re: Any Northeast Flyfishers?

From outside Baltimore here. But I don't go to the ocean or bay, I stick to streams here.
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Default Re: Any Northeast Flyfishers?

Im really far NE,Nova Scotia Canada.but yes I do quite a bit of salt water fishing.Blues rarley make up this far in any #'s,but alot of BIG mackeral,cod,and pollack.
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Old 10-25-2007, 07:48 PM
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Lets all get together for a fly fishing fling pick a spot and we all meet eat, drink, fish, catch,and have some fun. I'm in how about the first annual fly fishing get together. If we can pull this off what would be your favorite spot for this to happen?? My first choice would be OBX but lots of good spot besides ObX lets hear your ideas
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Old 10-25-2007, 07:50 PM
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Well if theres Delaware, Maine, and Maryland residents here, the best mid-way state would be north new york. Maybe during the salmon run.
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Default Re: Any Northeast Flyfishers?

I'm in, and if anyone comes through the northern Delaware area, send me an email or PM and I'll take you out to White Clay Creek. We just had our fall stocking about 10 days ago.

When is the Salmon run?
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How's Central NJ.... There are some good streams in the state & I fish most of them. I'm not too far from Sandy Hook but I only fish the salt once or twice a year. I just never seem to get there at the right time so I usually go to the trout streams where I know there are fish.
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Default Re: Any Northeast Flyfishers?

The river is low but the Salmon are running right NOW in the Oak Orchard River. The browns should really start after the water cools down a bit.
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