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Mullet Miller

Anyone interested in a Kayak Jamboree for the Susquehanna Catch and Release Season?

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I'm trying to see if there will be any interest in attending a Kayak Jamboree this spring to fish the Susquehanna Flats. I'm looking to get something together for Mid-April. The way this weather has been, and hoping it remains this way through the remainder of the season, could make for a really good spring catch and release season here. The lack/small amount of snowfall, and hopes for a fairly dry spring should keep the spill gates from being opened en mass and for far shorter periods of time. What's this mean, it means far better conditions on the flats for the big girls to come up to and spawn, and hang around a little. All this could add up to some really great fishing with artificials on top and on the troll.

 

I have a camp ground in mind near Perryville Maryland that has water access on the North East River, which is an in bounds area, as well as being real close to several other good launches on the Upper Flats.

 

I may try and set up with a charitable organization to help raise a little cash for them, I'm waiting on a call back on that now.

 

With that said, what are you thoughts? I'm willing to put all the effort into this and try and get up an early season get together for us all. Either way, I'm going to be fishing the Flats and encouraging all who have never fished here to come give it a try.

 

I'll move the threads forward with all info for the fishing the Susky Flats as I do every year.

 

Please vote, Thanks!

 

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U know you can count me in, but U also know I wont go if its blown out or flooded. I dont have enough days to sit in the rain in a tent telling lies all day to each other.:D

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Now that I am finished school and finally have the gear to get out in the cold water safely I am %100 percent in for making this year my first c&r season on the susky. I have spent most of my time kayak fishing alone, so I am really looking forward to meeting you guys and getting out on the water.

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I'm interested! Im not too familiar w the area though.. What's a nearby location?



 



I agree w Shipwreck, I'm more of a fair weather fan so if the weather is decent count me in!


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The issue is that when its blown out there is no where to hide on the water. When it is flooded out, only fishing with cut bait will work. When the weather cooperates that place is a hoot and the company will be grand! I really hope to fish it.

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