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relocation?Help me out
December 11, 2004
9:25 pm
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Alright, I need some help here fellas. I am looking for a place to move my family. I would like somewhere that I could get a house on a good river with great fishing. A nice clear river. Muskies, bass,walleye and if possible stripers. it would need to be a hours drive from a city because the type of the type of job I have. For the record i don't even keep Crappie for eatin' i release everything.so please send me oin the right direction. Doesn't matter what state.

December 12, 2004
1:48 am
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WOW.The sky is the limet.That makes it hard to help you out.Minnisota would be one place.Great muskie fishing there.Dont know about stripers.Pittsburgh has great muskie fishing close by.By looking at some of Toms post harrisburg or wilksbarre[spelling???}sound like an option.Just not sure about the stripers.Sounds like a great position to be in.Look hard and pick the perfect place if you can.Bob

December 12, 2004
4:55 am
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Consider the Allegheny upstream of Pittsburgh.  It's probably the best muskie and walleye river in the state and isn't too bad for smallmouth (Of course, Tom's results would make one argue for the Susquehanna).  No stripers, though.  Lots of good lakes in the region, too.

Of course, the Delaware has all of your choices, but not really all in the same place and not within an hour of Philly.  You have the whole middle section if you consider Allentown a city.  It has the clear water most of the time too.

Chris

December 13, 2004
10:59 am
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See my reply to the post you had in the other section. Musky Ed

Hooksets are free!

December 14, 2004
4:09 pm
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Masterbasser-
Regarding your post in "Susquehanna"- what's wrong with raising your son in South Jersey? It sounds like the perfect place to raise your family. Philly is within 1 hour and New York City and Baltimore are within 2. I can appreciate wanting to stay near big fish but they do live around here. Get your stripers in the surf, the river, or the creeks (all within 1 hour) and, as for your muskies, this board is proof that there are a number of spots in the area that hold fish. Also, the notes from the Fish Forum show that the State is working hard to put new waters on the list and to improve the fishery both in terms of quality and quantity.

Good luck in your search.
Matt

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