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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard T Ritter
    It is a 20-foot section of river near Threadford Vermont. I don't remember the name of the river. It is off the road and across a field. It is said to be a really good trout-fishing stream.
    Thanks for chiming in, Richard.

    I can't find a town named Threadford in VT. Do you mean Thetford?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thetford%2C_Vermont
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard T Ritter
    It is a 20-foot section of river near...
    Aha... the "Brook Series"... I should have guessed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    Or Kaena Point, Oahu, Hawaii - and, it is much warmer as well.
    Yeah, I'm sure it is. Got into NY this morning around 6:00 am, around 28 degrees.

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    Yes that is correct it is between there and Wells river. It is a small stream. I've been there with Fred he would take me there one way and leave in another direction. So finding it is hard. I checked my photo maps and it doesn't appear to be marked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilbur Wong
    Yeah, I'm sure it is. Got into NY this morning around 6:00 am, around 28 degrees.
    Sorry to hear that. I hope you get back home soon. But, not to worry, have a major thunderstorm going on right now - there is also a flash flood warning that has been issued.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard T Ritter
    Yes that is correct it is between there and Wells river. It is a small stream. I've been there with Fred he would take me there one way and leave in another direction. So finding it is hard. I checked my photo maps and it doesn't appear to be marked.
    Richard: Is that the section of river where the video was shot? If so, it didn't look too far off the road.
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    Well, we do call Lake Champlain on the Burlington side "the West Coast of New England". East? I know old Pick did some things at Schoodic. I'll bet it's there.
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    Maybe the Ompompanoosuc River?

    This may be the river:

    http://www.state.vt.us/wtrboard/deci...-95-01-dec.txt

    I'm not that far away, and I plan to check it out this summer

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