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Old 02-02-2009, 10:19 PM
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how about a G2G at Alamo Lake?

I am planning on 1 or 2 weekends at Alamo Lake in March (BASS should be spawning) anyone game for a couple days of camping?
My wife is taking a nursing exam in March so I have to work around that time but will post up a date if there is any interest.
And yes Cris I could whip up a batch of cinnamon rolls.
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here is a lame state web page.

Arizona State Parks: Alamo Lake: Home

I don't camp in the camp ground. I go north of it and camp directly west of wayside
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I dunno about camping...but a day trip might be possible...maybe even an overnite hotle stay nearby...hopefully better than the one we stayed at in Flagstaff!
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Sounds good to me, I am sure we will just make a day trip out of it.

Wish your wife luck on her exam!!!
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We're not campers but it's less than an hour's drive for us. Count us in. I'm famous for homemade baked beans if that would help.

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after the last week, sounds like just what i need..... Of corse i need to get permission from the boss, will talk her into.... i mean..... about it. whats the temps like at night that time of year Bart? above freezing i hope! lol rembering last time at lynx lake and that was april!
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crisp nights nice days, temps are about 10 degrees cooler than phoenix.
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Count me as a maybe. I'm taking my week of vacation mid-month. With my company's scheduling style, that'll give me 19 days off. My wife and I will be gone for part of it, but a little camping might be in order if we're around.
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166 miles for me...a little over 3 hours according to yahoo maps...have to be an early start for a day trip.
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I need to test out a new tent and some gear anyways.
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here is the fish we caught at alamo in 2006 on our third trip of the year, this is about 2 hours in the morning and I had already filleted the stringer of crappie.

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nice string of fish Bart...

I really prefer salt water fishing though...

My Father and 3 brothers and I hit a school of mackeral once and landed over 200 fish in 45 minutes!

best trip was a deep sea charter out of Newburyport,Ma...6 of us caught a combined total of 300 lbs of haddock back in the late 70's
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