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Old 03-10-2014, 08:06 PM
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Default Spring is coming... what are your plans

This has been a long winter. I'm looking forward to fishing on opening day of the salmon season. I'm also looking forward to drifting the Andro and Connecticut this summer. What fishing plans do you all have for this season?
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Old 03-10-2014, 08:19 PM
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Nate,

The link didn't work for me.
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Old 03-10-2014, 08:27 PM
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I know, working on fixing that. Enjoy this thread in the meantime....
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Old 03-10-2014, 08:35 PM
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Steelhead until May, then a mix of saltwater action with Stripers/Blues/Bonita, Albies, and the occasional small Tuna while on Nantucket, and when I am off Nantucket trips to Maine for Brooktrout and LL Salmon and Central NY/Adirondack area Browns.
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Ice out salmon and trout, Western ME, the Swift and Dead Diamond rivers, the CT, Andro, Ammo, and Nash Stream just to name a few on my list for this season.
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Looking forward to many good days this season...here are some from the past. Good luck to all this season.

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This is the year I'm going to make my striper film. Big plans in the works - diving rigs for freediving with schools of big bass, gopro quadcopters, etc etc.

It's going to mean a lot less fishing, but im chomping at the bit to get started.
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Looking forward to seeing that striper film Connor!

Booked a float on the Deerfield with Square Tail Anglers (Hunyak on this forum) for early April - it may be the first time I get out this season. Worm hatch for stripers in RI early May, Pittsburg for Memorial Day weekend, Lakewood Camps in late June is what I got planned so far.
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small rivers in VT and NH in the spring, out to western Montana for all of July. then I have no idea.
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Default More with grandchildren

I built rods for my local (the others live in FL) grandchildren over the winter.

I want to get out more with them this year. Scheduling 11-13 year-olds is tough. They're involved in so many activities these days that finding a hole in their schedules takes work.
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