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Warmwater flyfishing Bass, pike and even muskies in your backyard

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04-03-2003 11:25 PM
winter drivers

winter in the south is horrible!!!! the further south you go, the less skill drivers have dealing with snow!!! i grew up in the mountains of eastern ky where it wasn't uncommon to trick or treat with snow on the ground, but try traveling through GA in a light snow...that should be the next Survivor series.....we just don't do winter real well here!!! HA!!HA!!
04-03-2003 11:07 PM
John Desjardins Q, The open ponds are getting closer. I know of a couple west of 495 that are clear now. No fish from any of them yet.

Fred I've been down south in the summer time, and frankly I don't know which I like less your summer or our winters.
04-03-2003 10:43 PM
sunburn dreams in good ol' ky

just caught your post while i was on the computer trying to forget about my sunburn...the sunburn i got fishing all day yesterday, wading for big pre-spawn smallies....goodness gracious, the joys of being a Southern Boy!!!:hehe: jus' had to rub it in a little....pass the aloe, please
04-03-2003 07:04 PM
One step forward, two steps back . . .


Just when we get a brief taste of spring, here we are with another week of winter weather.

Well, the days are getting longer and the sun will eventually beat this seemingly eternal winter into submission.

At least the ice is fading fast, and what little sunlight filters through the clouds will still help to warm the water and coax the fish into the shallows. Now, if we could just add a little sunshine and some warmer air . . .


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