Anyone work in dowtown Seattle?

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by gotchasr, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. gotchasr Member

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    Kirkland, WA, USA.
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    Maybe we can put together a WFF lunch. The guys in my office are useless when it comes to a flyfishing discussions. Any interest?
  2. Oneweight Member

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    Seattle, Washington.
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    I work on Eastlake, just 5 min's out of downtown and would be down for a little lunch and ff'ing session.
  3. Jason Trout Bum

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    Edmonds, WA
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    I work in Ballard.
  4. Old Man Just an Old Man

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    Dillon, Mt
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    What's work :confused:

    Jim :p
  5. Kaari White Active Member

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    Seattle, WA
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    I work near Pacific Place. Me and a couple peeps from my office are interested.
  6. Roper Idiot Savant

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    Glenraven Ranch
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    Is that like young chippies... :rofl: ...sorry, I'm old school and silly...
  7. clockwork New Member

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    bothell township
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    i have an interview with a place right downtown so hopefully if i get the job we can put something together
  8. Joe Brown New Member

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    Your City ,State
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    I work in Belltown. Count me in.

    Joe
  9. bhudda heffe'

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    basement
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    im on east madison. so im in. bhudda
  10. Diehard aka Justin

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    Seattle, Washington, USA.
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    I work right around Belltown also, so I could probably do it. When?
  11. Rich McCauley Meiser & Mohlin

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    Tacoma, WA, USA.
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    I am on the waterfront @ Pier 69, your personal Tsunami lookout and Semi-Old fart.
  12. barbless Member

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    Seattle, WA, USA.
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    I'm downtown close to Pioneer Square along with Surf Candy. We could go to Todai in Pacific Place and get some all you can eat sushi (if ya can't catch 'em, eat em).

    barbless
  13. Mark Ellerbrook Metolius

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    Seattle.
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    I also am downtown - in Key Tower
  14. Nick Andrews New Member

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    Bremerton, WA, USA.
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    I would be interest. I am in the Financial Center
  15. Bob Triggs STOP KILLING WILD STEELHEAD!!!!

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    Once upon a time in New York City a few anglers started getting together for lunch each week in just this way. They ended up calling themselves the Theodore Gordon Flyfishers. And they began a legacy of political activisim on behalf of wild fish and habitat that has extended past the borders of New York and the Eastern United States, to include fisheries concerns nationwide, even including Canada. Roderick Haig Brown, Lee Wulff, Harry Darbee, Earnest Schweibert... would be just a few of the founders.

    Who knows what good will come of your gatherings?

    All you have to do is agree upon a goal. :ray1:
  16. Bob Bartlett New Member

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    North Bend, WA.
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    I'm in B of A tower, otherwise known as Columbia Twr, and would also be interested.

    Bob
  17. dp ~El Pescador

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    .Renton, Wa
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    Of the few I have met on the waters this past season, I've always wondered what you would look like in work clothes. I'd be interested in hooking up.
    I am in the US Bank Center - food central.
  18. Steve Rohrbach Puget Sound Fly Fisher

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    Seattle, WA
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    I am at the Wells Fargo Tower and would like to get involved.
  19. gotchasr Member

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    Kirkland, WA, USA.
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    Wow, it looks like we have more than a few. I like the sushi idea, but since I know that some people don't really like sushi, I think maybe Red Robin on the waterfront (Elliot Bay, not Lake Union), or the food court at Westlake Center might work better. I like the Red Robin idea because I think they will take a reservation for a big group, but I'm open to other suggestions.

    I'm suggesting that we make it a monthly event, like say on the second Tuesday of each month. Whoever makes it, makes it and if you can't, there is always next month. That said, maybe we could plan on this Tuesday. If it's too short of a timeframe for most to clear their schedules, we can move it out a week or two.

    What do you think?
  20. Wayne Jordan Active Member

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    I work, and live downtown. Count me in!