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    Oregon has many accessible docks. Pictured is Trillium Lake at the base of Mt. Hood. Regular stocking of pan size and some trophy rainbow trout.

    Here is a link to a pretty good list of accessible docks in Oregon.
    http://www.dfw.state.or.us/swwd/access.pdf

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    Caught a couple shovelheads last night.
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    accessible fishing pier in Vero Beach

    monkster wrote:
    Plenty of accessible piers in Florida.

    Feast your eyes on this one in Vero Beach, FL:

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKYCO View Post
    Caught a couple shovelheads last night.
    Nice! Were you noodlin'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crashbang View Post
    monkster wrote:
    Plenty of accessible piers in Florida.

    Feast your eyes on this one in Vero Beach, FL:
    Now THAT'S an accessible pier!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadEye View Post
    Nice! Were you noodlin'?
    Is that where you jump in the water, shove yer arm into a catfish's hole and get so up close and personal it's bordering on illegal in fourteen states?

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    Noodling? Isn't that an Okie thing?? Nice fish Skyco! I like that fishing pier in FL too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadEye View Post
    Nice! Were you noodlin'?
    No, I caught that one w/hook,line,sinker. I'm not brave/crazy enough for noodlin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKYCO View Post
    No, I caught that one w/hook,line,sinker. I'm not brave/crazy enough for noodlin.
    Can't say as I blame you.

    Timaru, you were spot on in describing that fishing method
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    Quote Originally Posted by amarillogal View Post
    Noodling? Isn't that an Okie thing?? Nice fish Skyco! I like that fishing pier in FL too.
    Thank's amarillogal, I caught that using a bluegill for bait.

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