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View Poll Results: Should River access via River Road in Stockport be closed?

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  • No, it would deprive fishermen of an access point to great fishing water.

    57 77.03%
  • Yes, the owner should be able to have River Road closed if he likes.

    11 14.86%
  • Who cares, there are other places to fish that equal the fishing opportunities of Stockport.

    6 8.11%
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    Re: Should River access be Closed via River Road in Stockport?

    The wild trout I catch are no bigger than 9 inches......I find everyone of them to be more fun to catch than a stocked trout, but I'll take a stocked trout any day over not fishing or not having the opportunity to catch one...and I thank anyone who works for conservation of, or stocking of trout....just be careful to not push limited wild populations around here out because of a stocking program, that I think is a waste of a valuable resource....one day, I will become a real fisherman and fish the upper Delaware with cdun, maybe he could give me a diploma or something if I walk a few miles to wade fish.... just my opinion and maybe, just maybe some facts thrown in.....

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

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    Re: Should River access be Closed via River Road in Stockport?

    I might buy a boat.

    That or spend 3 weeks in April on tour with some rockstar pals in Europe


    Point is this, if I DO get a boat -- it will be named after CDun.

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    Re: Should River access be Closed via River Road in Stockport?

    Hmmmmmmm.....a lazy ass banana boat named after your idol CDun.................lol....kids, just give it up.


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    Re: Should River access be Closed via River Road in Stockport?

    Quote Originally Posted by comparadun View Post
    MOST rainbows DO NOT take you into the backing these days........SOME, still show you backing.

    MOST waders are not lazy shits.......you have it wrong Mr. Naazoooom, the LAZY SHITS are most of you up here that sit your lazy asses in a banana boat or stinktoon anchoring up on fish to make your 20' cast to possibly hook up and rip some lips. Fly fishing at its' best.

    Always the Facts......................CDun.
    Most waders are fat and lazy, and I'm thankful for that. I always find spots where the others aren't just by walking a little further, and up there you don't need to walk too far.

    Roll up the windows Brian, you're letting the stank out.

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    Re: Should River access be Closed via River Road in Stockport?

    Quote Originally Posted by comparadun View Post
    I have to disagree with your road salt theory. There is not much more today than was dumped on the roads in the past. It's not a thriving metropolis here.
    Not yet! Wait until they start creating the massive highway system to deliver more goods to the area. If you build it, they will come.

    Quote Originally Posted by comparadun
    Siltation and I'll even throw rock snot in there(upper WB and EB) is a far greater factor. Just look at the releases from Cannonsville today vs many years ago. Before you know it every season.......silt in the release starts coming down the WB.

    The increase in pressure does bring focus on this fishery. Has this actually helped improve the fishery to date............no.

    Certainly the increased money helps the local economy in this region.

    These fish are survivors indeed and not as fragile as one my think, but, catch and release over and over again by the hordes of fisherman can weaken fish, increasing mortality;even after spawning or even their ability to survive Winters. I've seen many lazy ass drifters in the past hold a HUGE 17" -18" fish out of the water way too long for a hero shot and wonder why it takes so long to revive the thing to swim away. It may swim away, but, did it survive? Guides and shops contribute more and more to this behavior to make their $$. Do they really care about this fishery? It makes you wonder. The Upper Delaware used to be a World Class Fishery as WBranch will attest to.....nowadays, the Upper Delaware is an abused fishery as most have become across the USA.

    The Facts...............CDun
    Agreed. People (not me) need to start fishing the Beaverkill, Neversink, and of course the Willow a bit more. We need to really promote the hell out of those other fisheries so the guys will go there instead.

    Pictures taken before/after/during fly fishing:
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    Re: Should River access be Closed via River Road in Stockport?

    Quote Originally Posted by lightenup View Post
    The wild trout I catch are no bigger than 9 inches
    So basically penis size. They fit in the hand nicely and slip out after you've taken a picture!

    Pictures taken before/after/during fly fishing:
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    Re: Should River access be Closed via River Road in Stockport?

    Quote Originally Posted by dcabarle View Post
    So basically penis size. They fit in the hand nicely and slip out after you've taken a picture!
    .........

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

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