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Old 05-04-2019, 01:29 PM
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Originally Posted by ZombieWolfe View Post
Agree. Another example is Jones pond in Middleton. It's not on the remote ponds list and is approx. a 15 min. hike in. Granted, there is a road up to the pond but it's clearly marked as no vehicle access.


Steve, I was trying to PM you but wasn't allowed for some reason. I just wanted to know if you knew a fellow from Hampton by the name of Phil Maloney who passed away recently? He was an avid skier and frequented Sugarloaf.
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Yes, Jones Pond as well as Mountain Pond on the other end of the Ellis Hatch tract. Both are walk-in, but neither are on the list.

Regarding Mr. Maloney, I did not know him. I may have crossed paths with him though, though, if he was a member of the Carrabassett Valley Outdoor Association (CVOA), as my wife and I are fairly active members.
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It is a plain fact, however, that downstream fishing with a non-imitative fly (lure, in the British sense) does not mix comfortably with upstream imitative fishing...I'll stay out of the argument about whether this technique is really fly fishing. In terms of interest, it is for me ahead of most downstream fishing and spinning. And I've already opined that spinning is better than staying at home with the television set.

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