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  • dmtu.org - State Stocking 3-4-15
    200 rainbows and browns to the Ridley fly stretch today Ed Collier John Ritterson and I were on hand to help with the stocking Also present were Officer Evancho Phil Ewaka and a few helpers Prior to the truck arrival John used Ed s sledge hammer to open a hole in the 5 ice in the middle of the bridge pool All fish were introduced to Ridley Creek through that

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  • dmtu.org - Home
    for a generous donation to this stocking event We had a good turnout of volunteers that included Steve Capoferrie Sergio Dacol Dan Foley Rich Hall Ray Neirle SJ Chapter Bob Heindel Ray Neirle SJ Chapter Tom Millio Rich Mooney Jimmey Nickerson Chuck Pulsfort Tom Scheurman Greg Shaffer Dave Wharton My apologies to anyone I may have missed Ed Metzner 2014 TIC Program Underway DMTU is once again sponsoring a Trout in the Classroom TIC program at the Strathhaven Middle School SHMS The eggs arrived on November 5th so the program is now underway Out TIC program is led by Marc DeJong a former president of DMTU and teacher at SHMS Follow the progress of the program and the fish via their blog at http www wssd org Page 6226 You can learn more about TIC via the state webpage www patroutintheclassroom org and the national program webpage http www troutintheclassroom org 2011 DMTU Spring Trip By Steve Capoferri April 29th May 1st 2011 For the second year members of the club spent three days fishing the limestone streams of south central PA with guide Craig Hull of Troutgetter Flies Guide Service Craig and two other guides Tom Rob split the

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    data on one of them a couple of times to make sure it was working but today I read the data from both of them for the first time I expected their readings to be similar but that was not the case The differences between them are not huge but it would definitely be better to have the high temperatures recorded by one logger than those that were recorded by the other one Read more Ridley Creek Deflector Project 8 22 2009 Despite a last minute call for volunteers high heat and humidity a late delivery and a rock pile that was not nearly as close to the creek as I had hoped 5 tons of rock have been added to the deflector immediately upstream of the bridge pool Fred Dewees brand new club member Steve Buck and I waited an hour for the delivery before we started carrying and tossing stones A little later Ed Collier got the word and pitched in with fresh muscles just at the right time Everyone worked hard but we were able to finish the job in less than 2 hours of working time Read more Start Prev 1 2 3 Next End Results

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  • dmtu.org - Search
    5 2015 Rod Rohrbach 6 2 2015 Jerry Coviello Fishing for Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Search Search Keyword Any words All words Exact phrase Ordering Newest first Oldest first Most popular Alphabetical Section Category Search term must be a minimum of

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  • dmtu.org - 2014 TIC Program Underway
    November 5th so the program is now underway Out TIC program is led by Marc DeJong a former president of DMTU and teacher at SHMS Follow the progress of the program and the fish via their blog at http www

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  • dmtu.org - A Job Well Done - 2011 Stream Cleanup
    quite high but fortunately the guys in the water received plenty of help from volunteers on the shore who carried away everything we could pile on the bank A large contingent of volunteers from the Aston Beechwood Fire Company was there with vehicles equipped with electric winches as well as first aid one of them told me they heard someone was injured there last year The winches were needed to

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  • dmtu.org - A Job Well Done - 2011 Stream Cleanup
    volunteers who came out to the west branch of Chester Creek in Aston for the 2011 Chester Ridley Crum Watersheds Association s stream cleanup day Chapter members Al and Matt the muscle Edinger Greg Shaffer Ed Collier Paul Fedeli and his son Ben were joined in the stream by two other volunteers in waders Paul s wife and daughter joined a large contingent of volunteers working the stream bank and the adjacent Louis Fisher Memorial Park The stream banks are quite high but fortunately the guys in the water received plenty of help from volunteers on the shore who carried away everything we could pile on the bank A large contingent of volunteers from the Aston Beechwood Fire Company was there with vehicles equipped with electric winches as well as first aid one of them told me they heard someone was injured there last year The winches were needed to get some of the bigger items up on the bank Aston Township reported the trash filled two dump trucks and estimated 3 75 tons in all Included in the haul were 43 bags of trash 10 tires 2 tons of scrap metal including 2 engine blocks and a motorcycle A

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  • dmtu.org - West Branch Chester Creek Cleanup
    CRC Executive Director Anne Murphy in turn asked DMTU to assist The cleanup took place on Satuday September 11th and was a great success The pile of debris removed from the creek included 28 tires 3 drums a rowboat a cement trash can washing machine parts and a kitchen sink A lot of what was removed had been at least half buried in silt and or sand but everyone pitched

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