Re: Questions RE: Soque River
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Posted by Hooker on September 10, 1997 at 21:48:04:
In Reply to: Re: Questions RE: Soque River posted by MDickinson on September 10, 1997 at 20:05:41:
That's a definite possibility. Waters Creek
isn't a particularly fertile stream, and to keep
all those trophy trout happy and healthy, the DNR
has to hand feed them. I'm sure you could do the
A funny story about Waters Creek and the hand feeding
happened when a savy NGTO patron designed a fly that
looked like a trout pellet and cleaned house. The
DNR couldn't say a word, because it was an artificial
bait. Whoops, I shouldn't have said that.
The Mark of the Potter is an old grist mill just
south of Helen that sits over a large pool filled
with enormous trout. They do not allow any fishing.
You can only feed the them and consider the possibilities.
I don't stop there anymore, because I wake up in a
cold sweat for a week after watching them.
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