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    Garden State Trout

    What happened to Garden State Trout?

    That place gets like 1 post per week now.

    When GST was rocking, you could get 1 post per day, easy.

    What the hell happened?

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    Re: Garden State Trout

    Its because they had a bunch of posts like this one.

    To look good is to fish good

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    Re: Garden State Trout

    It's slow there now, but there's been some political/current events discussion in the "Off Topic" section.
    If you're not registered, you don't have access to the "Off Topic" section.


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    Re: Garden State Trout

    HEllo and Happy New Year, I brother lives just outside of Afton on Rte.41. He owns North.east Realty in Afton and other towns in N.Y.State My nieces and nephew also live just outside of Afton. He has on his farm a little stream that is loaded with Brook Trout. He also put in 2 ponds (17 acres and 25 acres) on his farm that he loaded with trout and yellow perch. But unfotunityly he also had some Lg. Mouth Bass in the 17 acres pond that he didnít, t know of. Now the bass are Hugh and the trout as far as I can tell are gone Not really gone but Bass food. I,Lloydís be going up there this Spring or Sumeer to help keep the groundhogs under control. I left my 220 Swift with a 10power scope at his place. Bill the mailman


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    Re: Garden State Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by Vance View Post
    HEllo and Happy New Year, I brother lives just outside of Afton on Rte.41. He owns North.east Realty in Afton and other towns in N.Y.State My nieces and nephew also live just outside of Afton. He has on his farm a little stream that is loaded with Brook Trout. He also put in 2 ponds (17 acres and 25 acres) on his farm that he loaded with trout and yellow perch. Bill the mailman
    I know where that is...
    Town of Bainbridge, I believe. 15 minutes away.
    Small world.

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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: Garden State Trout

    Garden State Trout is down for maintenance - wouldn't expect a whole lot of posts under those circumstances.


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    Re: Garden State Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by Vance View Post
    HEllo and Happy New Year, I brother lives just outside of Afton on Rte.41. He owns North.east Realty in Afton and other towns in N.Y.State My nieces and nephew also live just outside of Afton. He has on his farm a little stream that is loaded with Brook Trout. He also put in 2 ponds (17 acres and 25 acres) on his farm that he loaded with trout and yellow perch. But unfotunityly he also had some Lg. Mouth Bass in the 17 acres pond that he didn’t, t know of. Now the bass are Hugh and the trout as far as I can tell are gone Not really gone but Bass food. I,Lloyd’s be going up there this Spring or Sumeer to help keep the groundhogs under control. I left my 220 Swift with a 10power scope at his place. Bill the mailman
    Definitely a lot of ground hogs in Afton. ! The little woman is at war with them , trying to keep them out of her garden. Those ponds sound awesome. When I was in the Restaurant supply and equipment business in NJ in the 90’s I had access to some country club lakes that were stocked with bass and nobody fished. I used to catch some lunkers out
    Of them . Ever fish the Susquehanna for Smallmouth or Walleyes? The
    Barber in town has some nice ones mounted on his walls.


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    Re: Garden State Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by hatchman View Post
    Definitely a lot of ground hogs in Afton. ! The little woman is at war with them , trying to keep them out of her garden. Those ponds sound awesome. When I was in the Restaurant supply and equipment business in NJ in the 90ís I had access to some country club lakes that were stocked with bass and nobody fished. I used to catch some lunkers out
    Of them . Ever fish the Susquehanna for Smallmouth or Walleyes? The
    Barber in town has some nice ones mounted on his walls.
    Those groundhogs will make supplying the restaurants coolers much easier..!!!

    "I'm not out on the river to win." -Kieth Rutherford

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    Re: Garden State Trout

    We, up here, prefer the term "woodchuck". Some Old timers still call them "whistle pigs". And I don't give them a hard time about it, well, because they're old.

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

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    Re: Garden State Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by lightenup View Post
    Those groundhogs will make supplying the restaurants coolers much easier..!!!
    No critters in the cooler!lol! Now if it was the China Buffet,it would be a different story!


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    Re: Garden State Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    We, up here, prefer the term "woodchuck". Some Old timers still call them "whistle pigs". And I don't give them a hard time about it, well, because they're old.
    Growing up in NJ I always called them Wood chucks. My little woman grew up on a small farm in Pa and she calls them ground hogs. She wonít think twice about killing one if she sees it near her garden. Rabbits donít bother her , but ground hogs Are done for . Iíve never heard of Whistle pigs though.


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    Re: Garden State Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnw View Post
    Garden State Trout is down for maintenance - wouldn't expect a whole lot of posts under those circumstances.
    It's back, but he hasn't figured out how to reload the database, so it's starting over.
    http://gardenstatetrout.com/forum/index.php


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