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    Re: wawayanda creek

    I just moved to the area and would love to jump on the knowledge train if anyone knows where there are some trout near the Pine Island area! Thanks, Jake.


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by JSackett View Post
    I just moved to the area and would love to jump on the knowledge train if anyone knows where there are some trout near the Pine Island area! Thanks, Jake.
    There are some trout streams in the area although I'm no expert, but if you just hop on route 17 north, you're in the Catskills in a very short time and the fishing will be far better.

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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Iím from the Catskills, so yeah Iíd love to be fishing up there. Problem is Iím studying for an exam in July and have very limited time. Wanted a local spot to get a few hours in. Thanks though.


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Pine Island seems to be 4-5 miles from Warwick where you can find the Warwick Valley Farmers Market at South St & Railroad Ave, Warwick, NY 10990. It seems that Hudson Valley Seafood is a vendor, and they sell trout...

    Now when you say you are FROM the Catskills...
    You mean from a town actually IN the Catskills and not some place outside the periphery of the Catskills, like Delhi, for instance...


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    Some circumstantial evidence is very strong, as when you find a trout in the milk.--Henry David Thoreau

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    Re: wawayanda creek

    I'm going to tell you all the best stream in the area with out giving the name out maybe you can find it. It drains a large swamp and lake from across the nj border and falls about 600' to the valley floor. The gorge it flows through provides enough cold water to get and keep the stream cold. And hold over any wilds. Its full of food from the swamp it drains. So its FULL of bug life and life in general. I lived on the stream for abt 5 years and was blessed to have amazing access to it. Its very hard to get access too, and is only about 30 feet wide at widest. Great water falls and swimming holes made me swim in it daily. While swimming I found a dead 21" brown got killed by a heron. And a brook trout of about 15-17" that was heron struck as well. Ive also witnessed friggin golden stone flies hatching out of it. Good luck finding it and good luck accessing it. I can go whenever i want with access to its best part/s as i know the landlord. Its basically catch a trout 1st-5th cast, move to the next pool, and repeat.

    Very good fishing. And access it legally

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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by Catskill Mountain Man View Post
    I'm going to tell you all the best stream in the area with out giving the name out maybe you can find it. It drains a large swamp and lake from across the nj border and falls about 600' to the valley floor. The gorge it flows through provides enough cold water to get and keep the stream cold. And hold over any wilds. Its full of food from the swamp it drains. So its FULL of bug life and life in general. I lived on the stream for abt 5 years and was blessed to have amazing access to it. Its very hard to get access too, and is only about 30 feet wide at widest. Great water falls and swimming holes made me swim in it daily. While swimming I found a dead 21" brown got killed by a heron. And a brook trout of about 15-17" that was heron struck as well. Ive also witnessed friggin golden stone flies hatching out of it. Good luck finding it and good luck accessing it. I can go whenever i want with access to its best part/s as i know the landlord. Its basically catch a trout 1st-5th cast, move to the next pool, and repeat.

    Very good fishing. And access it legally

    Doublekill


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by mudbug201 View Post
    Doublekill
    Of course...
    He pretty much paraphrased the description from the Wawayanda Park website.
    There are no "secret spots" in this area.


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Ever been to High Breeze Farm?


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Of course...
    He pretty much paraphrased the description from the Wawayanda Park website.
    There are no "secret spots" in this area.

    really hard to access. in the large amount of time ive spent on it i saw one person walking up it. He wasnt supposed to be there but we let him walk through

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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by Catskill Mountain Man View Post
    ..... i saw one person walking up it ....
    Was it the (semi-mythical) Hermit?


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Was it the (semi-mythical) Hermit?
    he/she wasnt mythical they lived there

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