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Southern NJ kayak/camp meet

Discussion in 'North East' started by XXXX, May 5, 2012.

  1. XXXX

    XXXX [OP] Well-Known Member

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    dates set 6/22 - 6/24

    pm for info
     
  2. Enigmaaron

    Enigmaaron All your soul are belong to us

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    So, should I just hang onto my buddies kayak then?
     
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    Sounds like fun, I would be down depending on the weekend.
     
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    You can get biodegradeable soap which can be used in rivers/lakes with out damaging the environment.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing. How is the fishing on this river??
     
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    No clue. PMing you the river info.
     
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    Thanks, I was just wondering BC it's fishing time .....
     
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    lol....bad joke.

    who the hell suds up in a river anyway
     
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    So someone sent me these dates and said they are good for them....anyone wanna comment?

    June 1-3 or 8-10?

    Water should be plenty warm for swimming and the river banks have sandy beaches and a few rope swings.
     
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    I could do June 1-3. The 8-10 is a Rausch Creek trip.
     
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    Whoops I forgot and apparently so did Scooter cause he gave me these dates :rolleyes:.

    I stay away from the RC meet threads, but I might make it to this one. There are a couple people I would like to meet in person.

    I checked out a few sites yesterday and as long as I get them reserved quick we can get some good ones. Ill throw some pics in here tonight of the river I would like to hit up. Ive done it 10+ times but it's always fun and the scenery changes with the seasons.
     
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    I'd love to get out and do some camping, but I don't have a kayak...

    Perhaps I can bring a tube and tie it to DBGR's kayak and he can pull me down the river while I sit there and smoke a fatty.
     
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    Tubes on these rivers are no good, but someone might have a spare.

    That is illegal in NJ.
     
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    This meet is VW friendly wonder if waterboy will show up?
     
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    I'll have to add a kayak to the list of shit I need to get.

    And while I'm at at it I guess I should add kayaking to the list of things I need to learn how to do.
     
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    Why? This one is free :cool:
     
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    duckcmdr If it flies it dies!!

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    no beer:eek: that blows! What would one pay for a fine having beer?

    15th-17th ftw I will be doing some fishing
     
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    No beer is for just about every state park locally (NJ/PA).

    $300 open container maybe.?. :notsure:

    Let's go... I'm not going to RC.
     
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    duckcmdr If it flies it dies!!

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    i haD WRONG DATE. 15th 16th
     
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