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NJ Lopatcong Creek Cement Wall Pool - Fishing

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Lat: 40.677464
Lng: -75.167328

Marker owner: kennypowers

Average user rating for this marker: 4.67

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NJ Lopatcong Creek Cement Wall Pool
Marker Description: At the riffled head of the cement wall pool on the Lower Lopatcong Creek there are always trout. I just have to give a big up to Google Maps have you seen what this site can do now, the Google Map API lets you spin the around the marker to see the satellite map from 360 degrees, now Google API is better than Bing Maps, unbelievable!!! Now a user can zoom in on the exact pool if there is not too much tree cover, Google changes are automatically updated.... SICK, thanks to the good people at Google, FUCK yeah!

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Re: NJ Lopatcong Creek Cement Wall Pool Posted by dnorris Thu. June 12, 2014 12:44 am
Fished yesterday and caught a few nice browns on a green woolly bugger. Water was up a bit and off color - best time to fish for the wary wild browns. One fish had a silvery color and was a bit bigger - of course I didn't get a good photo of him and got the photo from the top so you can't really see what I'm talking about. Didn't want to take the beauts out of the water to CPR, anyway, I was thinking that the silvery brown may have been a run up from the Big D seeing as all the others were buttery yellow buddies. See my pics.
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Re: NJ Lopatcong Creek Cement Wall Pool Posted by Brownie Sun. November 03, 2013 02:38 pm
Hate to see a lure like that in a beautiful fish's face. Nice colors though.

Re: NJ Lopatcong Creek Cement Wall Pool Posted by kennypowers Fri. November 01, 2013 05:13 pm
Took just a few casts today with the morning rains because the creek was discolored enough to give me some cover. I parked over in the apartment complex lot and took a cast of the bridge with a brown trout trout magnet rapala type lure - see my photo. I hooked a nice yellow bellied brown about 12 inches which flopped off after a few surface moves. Then I walked down along the embankment and caught a beaut of a 17 or so inch brownie on the first cast. Had to walk in and wet my boots and jeans because he tied me up in some overhanging brush. Quick release and off without a hand on him. Nice fight, good fish. Packed my sopping self back up the bank and left. Run and gun fishing at its best - 15 minutes and done with a native brown that is hard to come by. Sick, you like that don't you Stevie!
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