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...... also if it (Mt.Lock 37 launch) works out good for you and you tell me about it before I get a chance to check it out , then it makes another good posibility for me someday up the road .
I figure since you seem to be interested in that stretch between your ledge and Antietam , you will get to know it pretty good in time since it's reasonably close to you ... I may never take the time learn and work it due to going other more familar places , and more of them than I can get to already ... but who knows I'm drawn to where mr.tooth hangs out more and more over the years , and that stretch is getting pretty darn near where the last two state records came from .
Did I ever tell you that both Lock Raven Res. and the Yough Res. have not Muskies but Northerns in them ... oh the stories I could tell .
Actually , I hope you run into mr.tooth up there and get him boat side , I'm just waitin for it to happen , it's the next best thing to catchin one myself (maybe even equal to or better) , I like to hear about such things ..
ps., ... I think the Williamsport C&O center phone # is 301-582-0813 with the ex-patrol Ranger I spoke to , he said he's like 65 or something if I remeber correctly . Um , I think the Brunswick C&O office is 301-834-7100 ??
That ex-patrol Ranger (now C&O Williamsport center employ) I spoke to also said there is a book which he thinks is one of the best he knows of called "184 Miles of Adventure" , it's a Boy Scout book and also sold at the Willaimsport C&O center ... (this guy also was Boy Scout leader too , if I remember correctly) .