a little advice

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by guideGT, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. LeakyTiki

    LeakyTiki Member

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    Dude

    Aren't you the guy that brought the chair to the DryFalls gig?
    You are a freaking riot IMHO
    Tight lines, :beer2:
    LT
     

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    When clients get nasty out in the wilderness i take matters into my own hands
     
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    I'd be happy about catching just about any kinda fish after having spent the last 3 weekends fishing for Salmon :beathead: It's valuable info to me as I search for reports on where to go from time to time when I can take some time off from work -- and most of the time I'd rather look for a spot with larger fish than hooking a fish every 10 minute (don't get enough time for the beer if they bite too often). :beer1: Though I'm still not sure if Yak is worth the trip or not :eek:
     
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    ha ha ha

    an irishman with poor writing skills?!? my fenian brother, you're making us look bad. at least you're drunk and pissing people off. thank god for that.

    ps - i'll go silver fishing with you.

    ps - i had a great time on the yak this past monday.

    t
     

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