Happy birthday man!
Looks like our upcoming new sponsor, and owner of my favorite fly shop I have yet to actually visit , is having a birthday.
May the next year bring you lots of steel:cool:
I'm spending my birthday mowing the grass. I may try to entice a salmon this afternoon. I hope you do get over here one of these days and we can go fishing together. Take care, MJC
05-09-2003, 02:16 PM
Another birthday eh?
At my age it's just another year less to fish.
05-09-2003, 03:37 PM
If the old adage is true--that God doesn't count days spent fishing as part of a man's allotted days--then I figure as I get older I'll just fish more and more. As my last days approach, I'll be fishing full time, and hence, I'll never die!
Happy Birthday MJC!
05-09-2003, 11:18 PM
I also look forward to viviting you shop.
Thank you for the birthday wishes. I had a good one. My kids came over and Linda made home made ice cream so I'm a little fatter today (if that's possible). As Fred says "life is good".:smokin:
Mike, You have it made over there in N. Spudland. Sean and Rich you got to get over and visit MJC and his shop. It is exactly what a fly shop should be. Small, clean and full of exactly what you really need. Mike is a good enough guy he may even take you fishing with him.
HAPPY B-DAY MIKE!
05-12-2003, 10:39 AM
My belated wishes to you my friend.
Sorry I am so late in responding but have spent the last week in the other Washington. The steelheading sucks but you could have a nice spey clave in that long reflecting pond ;)
O C, Thanks for the kind words. If I get my butt in gear I'll have 75 sq ft more room this fall with a table, coffee pot and some space for the CND rods slated to arrive soon. I hope we can cast a line together one of these days.
Thanks Sinktip, Your right the steelheading sucks back there but there is some good smallie fishing thereabouts. I hope you didn't pick up any bad habits while you were back there. :hehe: