NKFF White Bass Wading Trip to East Fork of Whitewater River

Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/27/2022
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Location
Jay's Dairy Inn

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NKFF White Bass Wading Trip to East Fork of Whitewater River near Liberty, IN – 8:00am – 4:00pm – (J Cruse)

Meet at Jay’s Dairy Inn parking lot in Liberty at 8:00am. Bring your own beverages and lunch or snacks.

**Date for this outing may change due to weather or water conditions.

NOTE – IN-101 is closed south of Liberty – Turn right onto W Contreras Pike, then bear left onto W Velocipede, go past Base Rd to S Liberty Pike, turn left and follow to US-27. Turn left onto US-27 and follow into Liberty.

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Registration are closed for this event.

  • Joe Cruse
  • Donald Schrantz
  • John Ellsworth
  • John Czarnecki
  • Dave Nihiser
  • William Mertz

3 Comments

  1. Hi Everyone,

    The SR-44 Bridge will be closed and we will meet at the end of N. Turkey Creek Road, where the road turns into dirt. If you have fished up there before, you know where I’m talking about. If you don’t know text me at 1 (513) 802-4008 and I’ll text you the directions.

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