One-day destinations?

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  • #6059

    What are your favorites?

    #53408
    Kent Edmonds
    Kent Edmonds
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    5 hrs to the Flint…

    Kent - FlyFishGA

    #53409
    Jeff Smith
    Jeff Smith
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    From my home in SE Alberta I can be on the Bow within two hours, the Crowsnest in three hours and the headwaters of the Oldman in about four hours.
    I have other options as well but who wants to brag……..?

    #53410
    Eric Weller
    Eric Weller
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    For my one day trips I usually head up to central PA and hit either spring creek or the Little J.

    #53411

    my tailwater is 600 feet straight out the front door.

    #53412
    Curtis Bias
    Curtis Bias
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    One day destinations for me means fishing the Lower Mountain Fork in Oklahoma or in Arkansas for trout. I can drive south 5.5 hours and hit the Gulf of Mexico out of New Orleans or less if I want to fish off the coast near Lafayette or the Intercoastal Canal in south Louisiana. Of course, where I live, largemouth bass, crappie, and bluegill are standard fair within 5 minutes of my home. IN 15 minutes I can fishing on the Red River at the site of this years Bass Master Classic. I still prefer to drive over to fish with a good freind of mine in the Dallas area when I have the chance. – Most of my trips are within a 3 hour drive from my home. I spend most of my time hitting warm water to be quite honest.

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    Curtis Bias
    Curtis Bias
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    One day destinations for me means fishing the Lower Mountain Fork in Oklahoma or in Arkansas for trout. I can drive south 5.5 hours and hit the Gulf of Mexico out of New Orleans or less if I want to fish off the coast near Lafayette or the Intercoastal Canal in south Louisiana. Of course, where I live, largemouth bass, crappie, and bluegill are standard fair within 5 minutes of my home. IN 15 minutes I can fishing on the Red River at the site of this years Bass Master Classic. I still prefer to drive over to fish with a good freind of mine in the Dallas area when I have the chance. – Most of my trips are within a 3 hour drive from my home. I spend most of my time hitting warm water to be quite honest.

    #53414
    Allan Dozier
    Allan Dozier
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    Sounds interesting Aaron, whatja got in mind?

    I plan on living forever, so far so good.

    #53415

    R Black
    Member

    5 minute drive and 15 minute walk puts me on freshwater stripers, so far up to 14 pounds, looking for a 20 pounder.  As a bonus there are white bass, hybrids, catfish, and carp.   In Tulsa

    #53416

    Mike Cline
    Member

    Bozeman, MT – Gallatin-East Gallatin Rivers

    In early July once runoff in the valley is over, the East Gallatin is prime water with big fish and little pressure.

    #53417

    I’m 2 hours from the upper Delaware (2 1/2 pulling my boat). And my PA spring creek is about 90 seconds away.

    #53418

    john lea
    Member

    Years ago I was 20 minutes away from the Bow River and often went after dinner.

    #53419

    Rick Marcum
    Member

    I’m 10 minutes from the Lower Clark Fork, 25 minutes to the Upper Clark Fork, Bitterroot, Blackfoot and Rock Creek.

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