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Susquehanna Smallie Clave


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#1 catchandrelease

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Posted 22 March 2005 - 08:26 AM

What: Susquehanna Smallie Clave (aka SSC III) (aka Brown Water Fever) (aka
8' high and risin')
When: August 5-7, 2005
Where: King's River Haven Campground in Bainbridge, PA
Who: Everyone who shows up
Why: 'Cause we still haven't seen a fishable River!

For more info, see the completely non-updated SSC II webpage:
http://www.webcraft1.com/jdt/SSC.htm

If you actually wanna show up and dare the gods of rain and rising rivers,
drop me a line (either in this thread or via catch_and_release@webcraft1.com) and let me know how many you'll
be dragging along, and your anticipated arrival and departure times.


For those that don't know, unless I find a replacement, this will be the
final SSC.....<crickets> I'm heading back to the original So Cal stomping
grounds come August-September, time to turn the fluff flinging toward barred
surf perch, persnickity corbina, and anything else that comes up feeding in
the wash. So, I 'spect that even should SSC fall, it stands to be replaced
shortly by the SCSC (So Cal Surf Clave)

Fur, feathers, and sharp pointy things - More than my wife needs to know
Rod, reel and line - As little as I can get away with
Carp on the Fly - Priceless