Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Swimmy, Feb 10, 2018.
THAT is an Otter tail - Kirby has A LOT of Lab in him! Well done, Swimmy.
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Congratutions on taking the next step in your relationship with her. It should be a good match for both or you since she has the same love of outdoor activities as you.
Your puppy is awesome!
I love dogs. I'm not to crazy about the puppy years but it's worth it when they become adults.
My heartiest congratulations! Float-in reception in the Bear Trap of the Madison?
I had an "almost lab" that was dumped by a friends house in Whitefish Mt. Sweetest dog we ever had and a great fishing companion. I think you have found a great new companion there!
Mr. G Q and a shedding white dog. This isn't going to be pretty....but it will be fun!
My weakness, too cute swimmy, can't wait to retire and then have time to deal with a pup!
Labs are better than people.
Well would you look at ole Crooked Ear.
Swimmy I just want to say you were having a fantastic hair day when this pic was taken. That's some great salad bro.
Just think about all the opportunities to accessorize your new pup! I hear Labs really dig Orvis shit...
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Our first “Lab”, a rescue of sorts, was a Lab/Shepherd mix, and he had the best traits of both, except that his fur (also all yellow) took hours to dry. Wonderful addition to the family. A loyal protector of our infant girls (the Shepherd) and smarter than some people I’ve met. I’m sure you’ll have fond memories too.
I'm happy for you Swim...I assume we all get invited?
That's a whole bunch of bass fishermen for one room!
Happy for ya too!