|02-12-2002 04:54 PM|
I tried to find a great photo I have of you standing knee deep in pogies with blues churning up the perimeter of the bait school to scan/post to try to cheer you up...
but it was taking too long to find it so I thought I would just say "glad you're back in one piece!"
In all seriousness, I hope you have a speedy and thorough recovery and it's very good to hear you are in the hunt for spring fishing.
|02-11-2002 04:16 PM|
After watching what they were doing in that half pipe out in Salt Lake last night I can see how you could wreck yourself pretty quick. Having ruptured a couple of discs in the same area I will give you this advice. When you start to feel better, take it easy. I learned the hard way it's best to let things heal completely before resuming normal activities. Better to miss a couple of months of the season than a year.
Here's to a full recovery.
|02-11-2002 12:04 PM|
Broken back, that stinks, good luck with everything and hope you heal soon. At least you know you'll be back on your feet!!!
|02-10-2002 05:37 PM|
|nathansmith||your right about the trout the best month is March before all the "river runs through it wusses" are out.|
|02-10-2002 10:56 AM|
Hang in there man! You should be Re-Habbed by the time the stripers come in heavy. Catch up on some reading & relax, heal up!
|02-09-2002 08:36 AM|
Wow a lot of trout are going to get off easy this spring, unless the Natemeister heals up real quick! Get well soon buddy!
|02-08-2002 10:11 PM|
|striblue||Nathan... I hope you take care of yourself and heal completely.I expect to see you some dawn in Chatham...Hope all goes well.. take care ..John|
|02-08-2002 06:54 PM|
I did it again. Forgot to log out Ian. But he sends his best too.
|02-08-2002 06:52 PM|
Jeez Nathan, thats a drag man.
Hope everything goes well for you. I certaily can emathize I've been there. Take care and do all the PT they tell you to. It made all the difference in my recovery.
|02-08-2002 06:27 PM|
I wish you the speediest of recoveries and a striper season full of flats cows and blitzing beaches.
|02-08-2002 05:04 PM|
|Hawkeye||Man, you don't do things in a small way do you? Glad to hear you are on the mend. How's married life treating you?|
|02-08-2002 02:18 PM|
Nathan, take care, get well and look forward to seeing you out on the water this season!
Reminds me of a brief passion for Hang Gliding back in my early twenties which came to an abrupt end when I made contact with mother earth rather suddenly one day
|02-08-2002 12:08 PM|
|John Desjardins||Sorry to hear about the injuries. I hope your feeling better soon.|
|02-08-2002 11:29 AM|
Holy cow Nathan! Good to hear from you & that you're ok!
Rest up. Still have about 11 weeks till Brewster Flats get interesting... Stay well.
|02-08-2002 11:13 AM|
Wow, you've been to Hell and back - welcome back, just the same. Glad to hear you're mending - too bad it's not mending a flyline
Hope everything's gonna work out okay, medically, physically, etc. Living vicariously isn't the worst thing in the world
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