Re: A Little Bit (MD Fishing)


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Posted by MJ Smith on August 20, 1997 at 07:38:20:

In Reply to: Re: A Little Bit (MD Fishing) posted by JEFFG on August 19, 1997 at 11:45:51:

Thanks for the info. I can't say specifically what's dried up and whats
not since I'm new to this state and haven't had a chance to explore that
much. But, I hit Gunpowder last weekend, and even though it is being fed
by the dam, it was quite low. So I imagine most streams are suffering. We
did finally get rain today, though :->. I'll be trying out Tridelphia
Resevoir tomorrow night, since it's somewhat close to me, and has more
chance of having more water than most of the streams.

Thanks to all for the tidbits...
-MJ Smith


> Mr. Smith. Gotta ask, is Hunting Creek in Thrumont Totally dry yet?
> But my suggestion to you would be to hit the tailwaters in Maryland. Go fight the crowd on the Gunpowder
> or (my personal suggestion) Go to Garret Cty and hit the Savage River,
> North Branch of the Potomac(below the dam), and check some of the headwaters of Middle Creek in Frederick Cty, Friends and Fishing Creeks
> in Frederick Cty. And even Beaver Creek in WA cty, just becasue it is spring fed.

> Another suggestion is heading up into PA and fish their spring creeks. THey stay cold all year(i.e. The Breeches,
> Wills, Boiling Springs, Letort, etc.)

> As far as techniques...early morning, late evening, and def night fishing(well 10pm in MD if I remember correctly.
> But drop to 7-8x on the dries, and if nymph fishing, and you can see them, I would float the fly
> right onto their nose.
> PS> I miss not being able to fish the savage cept when i go home for vacation




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