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Classic Atlantic Salmon No pursuit rivals salmon rivers, flies & legacy

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10-09-2003 06:41 AM
RobJon Thanks for the link Fred, I know its easier said then lived but time does heal all wounds, sorry for your loss.
Rob
10-06-2003 12:00 PM
BCOrchidGuy Fred, thanks for the post that presentation was very enlightening. Here on the Westcoast of Canada we are having alot of (some) issues with escaped atlantics with our local fish, which of course are not atlantic salmon.

Doug
09-07-2003 02:36 AM
fredaevans
It's been a very long year.

Both Joan and I lost our Mom's almost a year to the day. Think the emotional (be a Mench?) has finally collaped. Not in a good place with pictures of them in front of me, rolling on the PC, etc.

Life if can be measured in time .. but not

Sorry, I need to go take a smoke and another single malt. Not a happy camper;
09-06-2003 11:03 PM
BobK
Neat!

Good one, Fred.... Hey - how come you're not fishing??? Your recently deceased doggy would be ashamed of you!

BobK
09-06-2003 03:06 PM
fredaevans
The link below was in a post on the UK Board.

http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/...ds/media1.html

It's done by National Geographic and well worth the few minutes it takes to see the video.
fae

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