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Old 11-24-2009, 09:05 AM
Jim Casada Jim Casada is offline
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JoeFred--I assume you would have a way to include other species as catches were reported. As your example shows, there are many streams in the Park which don't appear in any books covering fishing. A goodly number of these hold trout, although in many cases they are tiny three-inchers. I'll give one example. Several times over the years I've caught tiny trout in Bumgardner Branch, a tiny feeder of Deep Creek. Most came at the point where a footlog spans the rivulet (used to be just a footpath without the footlog) and leaves a bit of space to get a fly in the water. Yet from the standpoint of viable fishing it is a non-starter. There are scores of little streams of a similar nature. Do you cover them?
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