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fishudedmeet

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any1 fished quartsville creek? ive heard good things


oh, and this looks cool :yay::yay::yay::yay::yay::yay::yay::yay::yay::yay:
 
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It's kind of early to be thinking about Quartzville isn't it? That being said I've never caught a fish out of the creek, though Green Peter has never failed me, even this time of the year can be quite good.
 
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Second that...

Second that...

It's kind of early to be thinking about Quartzville isn't it? That being said I've never caught a fish out of the creek, though Green Peter has never failed me, even this time of the year can be quite good.

I will second that...from shore or from a boat, this lake is surprising rich in Winter fishing opportunities...

Chuck
 
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fishudedmeet

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since i can't fish right now i have to scratch the itch by collecting info on possible future spots. :)
 
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since i can't fish right now i have to scratch the itch by collecting info on possible future spots. :)

I'd still suggest fishing Green Peter if the opportunity presents itself. Especially if you're banking it there's no better time since there's never any time that there's this much accessible shore.
 
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Quartzville is a horrible place, desolate and polluted and I suggest anyone thinking of fishing it should stay far far away... hehe just kidding. I love the place, it is one of my favorite places around, even if i'm not fishing. Lots of places to hike and put a line in the water. The only problem is that its outside of Sweet Home, so there are plenty of weirdos and people who litter that go out there. It really gets to me when I go out there to fish and end up spending an hour of my day clearing out trash and old fishing line that people throw around out there when they camp. Well, Sweet Home can be a nice town, there are plenty of good people, but also plenty of scumbags. When I camp/fish I try to go as far up the creek as possible, less chance of getting stuff stolen or coming across lowlifes. I still love the area though, I can't wait until it opens in April.
 
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