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    Big D reports

    Anybody been up there fishing lately? Water looks high but I might give it a chance this weekend.

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    Re: Big D reports

    Im going up tomorrow. when were you thinking of coming up? I could email you tomorrow night when i get back. i wont be fishing but have some work to do on my cabin. but I can check out the west branch for you


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    Re: Big D reports

    Fishing the main stem for smallies in around the water gap.

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    Re: Big D reports

    Quote Originally Posted by The Royal Coachman View Post
    Fishing the main stem for smallies in around the water gap.
    Sorry man, but this weekend is out for that area of the Delaware. It's all muddy and blown out still as of this morning and will be probably all weekend. River came up a ton in the last 24-48 hrs, I think even more so than last week (by my visual landmarks.) The local Pocono streams should be pretty darn good though, Brodhead was still high and muddy but seemed to be clearing and falling (should be fine for at leat streamers this weekend though), smaller ones looked primed for the weekend though. I was up in the Poconos yesterday checking out a 6 acre parcel of land I'm considering buying so I incorporated a "stream tour" as well.

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    Re: Big D reports

    Hi,

    No wading on the D this weekend, but fishing from a boat will be very good.

    No more mud up in the Hancock area.

    Tricos are thick on the WB and fish are rising.

    Streamers are working well too.

    No word on the MS.

    jim


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    Re: Big D reports

    Thanks for the report...I think I will wait just a few more days before putting my pontoon boat in the water...any sulphurs still around???
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    Re: Big D reports

    Hi OAsis!

    A few sulphurs the other day and fsish got on them, but they have not been at all consistant.

    There were flying ants yestreday. Red, size 20's.

    Not too much surface activity tonight, although the weather was calm.

    Cannonsville is going to stop spilling tonight or tomorrow. The 1500 release will continue for at least a week while the level in the reservoir drops to something above 95% Then we will see if in fact NYC feathers the release down to 350, instead of a rapid drop.

    Stop in and say hi when you get up here.

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    Re: Big D reports

    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Spinner View Post
    Hi,

    No wading on the D this weekend, but fishing from a boat will be very good.

    No more mud up in the Hancock area.

    Tricos are thick on the WB and fish are rising.

    Streamers are working well too.

    No word on the MS.

    jim
    Thanks for the update


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