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Old 01-23-2008, 06:24 PM
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Lately sticks have been my "bread and butter" species. Willow sticks, tree bark, grass and rocks. Caught a nice 22" willow branch last week that put up one heck of a fight........
Fishstick,

I thought willow branch is out of season now, you might want to check your local regulations........
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And they say that fishing and vegetarianism can't go together.

I'm afraid sunfish are what I catch more than anything else. They're fun and all, but it kinda feels like boxing against a cripple.
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I wouldn't have expected so many to say trout. Perhaps its my midwest background, but I would not have expected trout to be found close enough to be easily fished by the bulk of us.
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TROUT all that implies. Rainbow, Browns, Cutt throat, Brookies, and Hybrids.

But, I do like CARP FISHING ;-)
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I wouldn't have expected so many to say trout. Perhaps its my midwest background, but I would not have expected trout to be found close enough to be easily fished by the bulk of us.
They're not (at least in my case). But nothing beats watching a trout in clear water coming up to hit a dry fly, and besides, even if you're skunked for the day, the scenic settings that usually accompany trout fishing make up for it.
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1.) Largemouth Bass
2.) Sand Bass (white bass)
3.) Bluegill
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stripers, bluefish, seatrout, flounder, white perch, whiting, largemouth, crappie, bluegils
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Smallmouth Bass fishing on the Susquehanna river in late summer is some of the best fishing anyone can ask for. Trout streams in northeast PA are abundant, but I love the fight of a big 'ol smallie. Any time from May through late October is potential great day of Bass fishing on the "Susky".
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well I am going to have to say that when I am not fishing for Brown trout I am usually going for muskie or pike followed by smallmouth bass. Gar pike are in their to, plus fresh water drum. Oh ya and I in the fall we get whitefish off the pier's, hard to get but fun....I forgot to add fall fish in there as well.

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I'd have to say my absolute favorite species to pursue with a fly rod is smallmouth bass. Living near some of the premier smallmouth water makes it very easy also. However I also enjoy pursuing trout. I live within an hour of the Gunpowder, one of the top tailwater fisheries in the US.

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