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14 minutes ago, snagged in outlet 3 said:

It's love in the spring time, @Flysmallie.  Leave the happy couple alone😂

Oh, cut him some slack. It’s what I’ve come to expect from the OA Eeyore  😄

 

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1 hour ago, Johnsfolly said:

@BilletHead no dissertation about wild trout versus nonnatives. You must like Ness a whole lot more than you do me😛.

First priority was a wild trout for Kathy. Tried a little creek right in town where I caught a brookie last year, but the water was really roaring and the fishable spots were minimal. 

Really need to get up there for more time in spring or fall. 

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20 minutes ago, ness said:

Thanks to both of you. 

Whippy Dip is the local ice cream parlor. We stood in line with about a hundred college and high school kids in freezing temperatures last year when they opened. Just good, clean fun. 😄

           Neat! I have one question though. When you stood in line with all those young whippersnappers did you two feel young or old :) ,

BilletHead

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1 minute ago, BilletHead said:

           Neat! I have one question though. When you stood in line with all those young whippersnappers did you two feel young or old :) ,

BilletHead

Felt just right. 😄

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Just now, BilletHead said:

When you are acting like two teenagers in love you are oblivious to anything and everything else 👍,

 BilletHead

Oh geez. You old married farts are reading a lot into a fishing report. 😄

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18 minutes ago, ness said:

By the way, Minnesota stopped stocking fingerling browns in this stream several years ago, so they’re naturally reproducing now. 

They were nice looking trout. Several streams like those here in MD with reproducing browns. I have no issues with going after those fish. Also have a few with naturally reproducing brook trout that are in their native range.

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