I Guess It's Time To Ask??? Dry Falls???

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by Loteck Joe, Dec 30, 2005.

  1. Porter

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    Good Point Jim.....definitely don't want you going a day without cleaning and wiping yourself. It doesn't have the extra's...which would probably be wanted (needed).
    Scratch Quincy.
     
  2. jabseattle

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    More and more it's looking like Dry Falls as the venue...Buddha buddy what are your suggestions?

    I'm okay with Dry Falls as the central hub even though camping fees are a rip off...IMHO but it is convenient for those that bring their "Hotel on wheels".....
     
  3. jbrodie

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    I will head over to Dry Falls again this year. If WFF organizes a trip all the better. Jim.
     
  4. mike doughty

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    It should be central enough to bring in members from out of state. i vote for utah.:D
     
  5. Porter

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    Yeah Jim made a good point about wanting certain amenties.....They are nice.....and with a big group you would want these things .....I see there's a post now about doing a thing on the OP....OK..but does limit the trout guys?
     
  6. Sloan Craven

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    I wonder what kind of discount we could get to fly everyone to Reno and fish in the Sierras?
     
  7. Zen Piscator

    Zen Piscator Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.

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    The campin fee is friggin lame at sun lakes but a fairly nice campground. I might just crash somewhere free and hang with everyone at sun lakes. There are ample warm water opportunities around there as well. Whatever the local, i will show.
     
  8. jabseattle

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    With all this "traditional" talk....It got me thinking about our Spring traditional outing...

    Are we having a Spring outing this year? If so, we need to start planning...What's the deal? Is Dry Falls still in? New place? What?
     
  9. Backyard

    Backyard SANCHO!

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    Yeah, the spring fling should happen. Preferably somewhere warm. This cold thing is getting old.
     
  10. Chris Allen

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    Just wondering, where's everybody at on this? Is Dry Falls a go or no go?

    Backyard, what do you mean by warm? We can always build a bigger fire.
     
  11. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith On the river Noyb

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    Im In for Dry Falls!!!