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    I am a member of a few fly fishing sites. Somehow this one has escaped me until now. I have been fly fishing since 1988 with most of it down in the mountains of Va, TN, and WV. Sometimes I fish the James and New for smallies but really prefer cold water. My job requires about 20 weeks a year on the road and I am always looking to fish a new horizon. I will be in Huntingdon, PA the last week of March. If anyone knows of some good water near there let me know. I already plan to spend an afternoon on the Letort since I will be that close but am interested in others as well. I understand the Letort will make a fool of you but I have been foolish most of my life. Thanks.

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    Welcome hookie99, I know your going to like it here.

    Best regards,

    T.

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    hokie99: Welcome aboard, I'm looking forward to hearing about your fly fishing adventures. Getting the opportunity to travel and get in some fishing can't be all bad. I hope someone chimes in with some help for you in PA.

    Larry
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    Hokie

    Welcome to the fun!!
    Davo
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    Hi,

    Welcome to the fly fishing forum, I no longer live in Pennsylvania but some things don't change. Huntingdon is a short drive from the Little Juniata River in the area of Tyrone PA. The Little J is not so small and when you get up around where South Bald Eagle Creek, Spruce Run and others flow into it the river has a population of wild brown trout among other species. This is big water so have your cleats on your boots and think sink tips and big streamers in March.

    I used to go out there in early season to avoid crowds your timing will make things solitary but wade with care.

    Ard

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