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    Re: Neversing River 10-5-16

    Nice video, thanks. I was there yesterday, pretty much along the same area, caught four nice browns and had about four spit the hook. Nice couple hours of fishing. The water is low and a week of steady rain would help. Closing time for the Gorge is right around the corner.


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    Re: Neversing River 10-5-16

    Be careful about drinking from springs....

    In the 1950s western Bergen County was still undeveloped, and rural.
    When I was a teen, I discovered a "secret" pond in the wilds of the northern Watchung Mountains (BIG BASS).

    On the way to the pond, there was a beautiful "spring". I usually stopped to get a sip of that pure spring water.

    One day I wandered off the path and discovered....
    An old defunct cesspool about 60 feet uphill from the spring.


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    Re: Neversing River 10-5-16

    When i hunt in Colorado i always filter my water even though im surrounded by millions or acres of forest. Does a bear crap in the woods? Answer is yes, and so does every other animal and bird. Beaver feaver is nothing to take lightly and will take months to overcome.

    To look good is to fish good

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