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    wawayanda creek

    Hello, Im new to the forum and to the warwick ny area. Does anyone know of places to access wawayanda creek near warwick? It seems like most of the land around the creek is privately owned downstream of warwick.

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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingbison View Post
    Hello, Im new to the forum and to the warwick ny area. Does anyone know of places to access wawayanda creek near warwick? It seems like most of the land around the creek is privately owned downstream of warwick.
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    Re: wawayanda creek

    "am i funny to you?

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    but on a more serious note yeah i dont mean to brag but i know the most about that watershed on this website easily. lots of stocked and wild fish in warwick just gotta look for them

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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by Catskill Mountain Man View Post
    "am i funny to you?

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    am I?!"

    but on a more serious note yeah i dont mean to brag but i know the most about that watershed on this website easily . lots of stocked and wild fish in warwick just gotta look for them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catskill Mountain Man View Post
    "am i funny to you?

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    but on a more serious note yeah i dont mean to brag but i know the most about that watershed on this website easily. lots of stocked and wild fish in warwick just gotta look for them
    Nice job in answering 0% of his question.

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    Re: wawayanda creek

    answered it in a pm smart guy

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    Re: wawayanda creek

    I know this is an older thread, but I live in Warwick and would love to find more access to the wawayanda as well as other area creeks. I love smallmouth fishing so places with smallies are a bonus!


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnysdg View Post
    I know this is an older thread, but I live in Warwick and would love to find more access to the wawayanda as well as other area creeks. I love smallmouth fishing so places with smallies are a bonus!


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Do you live in Warwick? I found access in one spot that I've caught some nice smallies from a few holes I found. I'm guessing there has to be some other spots as well.

    I didn't get into to any trout, but I didn't start fishing the creek until mid summer.


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnysdg View Post
    Do you live in Warwick? I found access in one spot that I've caught some nice smallies from a few holes I found. I'm guessing there has to be some other spots as well.

    I didn't get into to any trout, but I didn't start fishing the creek until mid summer.
    If you Google NY tax maps, you should be able to find one for your area. Then just hover over the stream as you move along it on the map and take note of the various owners. You might find town-owned or other public lands. If you find a nice looking stretch on private land, contact the owners and ask for permission. Fishing permission is far easier to obtain than hunting. Just make sure to offer to pick up any trash you find and not leave any behind and that will go a long way. You also have a bunch of wild brook trout streams just over the border in West Milford, and some with good access.

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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Thanks for the replies guys


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    Re: wawayanda creek

    Gave you a good answer in ur PM's John

    Good luck, can be a tough stream.

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