New Small Streams & Creeks group

#1
I have restarted the Small Streams & Creeks group. Due to the info on sensitive watersheds, I deleted the previous SS&C group when the privacy settings were lost in the forum platform upgrade.

Same as before, the new group will be private and have limited membership to lessen potential impacts - 50 total members. As such, please only request to join if:

1) You are based in WA, OR, ID
2) You will actually participate

If interested, go to the Groups page and submit a request.
 
#3
OK, I'm almost 6,000 miles away from WA, OR or ID, but I would like to join anyhow, since I fish small waters all the time and would like to share experiences and learn new tricks. Would my request be deemed acceptable?

Regards,
Kenneth
 
#6
OK, I'm almost 6,000 miles away from WA, OR or ID, but I would like to join anyhow, since I fish small waters all the time and would like to share experiences and learn new tricks. Would my request be deemed acceptable?

Regards,
Kenneth

Kenneth, You were a great contributor to the previous version. I was already hoping that you would continue to show us those Italian trouts... I need to get over there!
 

bigdood

fishing hack
#7
I'd love to get into the group. Won't have any beta to add to it at this time though as I'm still getting my mojo back but would be a willing contributor once I do
 

Old Man

Just an Old Man
#9
I'd like to get back in. Even though I'm not in Washington anymore I still have a few more places for everybody to try their luck at. Let me know one way or the other.
 
#10
I'd like to get back in. Even though I'm not in Washington anymore I still have a few more places for everybody to try their luck at. Let me know one way or the other.
OM, sending you an invite was the first thing I did when I set up the group. Check your inbox. If it's not there, just go to the group and request.
 

FlyinFish

Active Member
#11
Request sent. I'm quite new, but hope I can join in and share. Small creeks and opportunistic trout is how I started, and I hope to find more of it in WA this summer.
 

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