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    tributary in deposit

    Does anyone know the name of the tributary that runs into the WB right by the regional High School in deposit? there's a little foot bridge just up stream for the big river. I'll take any other info you care to share as well.

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    Re: tributary in deposit

    Quote Originally Posted by tompg View Post
    Does anyone know the name of the tributary that runs into the WB right by the regional High School in deposit? there's a little foot bridge just up stream for the big river. I'll take any other info you care to share as well.

    thanks,

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    Re: tributary in deposit

    its smaller than Oquaga creek and enters upstream of that. Not really worth fishing(for real... and not in the way that 5'' trout hunters joke about it). Sent you a PM anyway to provide some insight TPG if that style of fishing is your game


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    Re: tributary in deposit

    Thanks. It does seem a bit silly to hunt 5" trout when there are 25" trout a few hundred yards away. I was also interested in its potential to flood.
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    Re: tributary in deposit

    Quote Originally Posted by tompg View Post
    Thanks. It does seem a bit silly to hunt 5" trout when there are 25" trout a few hundred yards away. I was also interested in its potential to flood.
    Thanks again.
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    Re: tributary in deposit

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post
    Looking at buying a place or some land? I could get you some great local info if you are. Buddy lives across the river and guides it.
    Oh yeah? Well, I know a guy who lives on that stream's namesake road... The stream runs through his property. His driveway crosses it... MOST of the time. He would tell you that this stream has the potential to flood. As I recall, the stream was a raging torrent during a few of the last floods. I believe it had quite a bit of work done to it... I think the County did quite a bit of streamside plantings some time ago. It's an important stream and I suggest leaving it alone in the spring...

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    Re: tributary in deposit

    Quote Originally Posted by tompg View Post
    Thanks. It does seem a bit silly to hunt 5" trout when there are 25" trout a few hundred yards away. I was also interested in its potential to flood.
    Thanks again.
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