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saltydog 12-30-2000 08:35 AM

FLYSHOW!
 
Who's going to the fly show in Marlboro.Ill be there
friday,sunday at the shop on saturday.anyone want to meet an shoot the breeze! or tip a few? Ill also bring my flies for the SWAP!
"GOOD LUCK GOOD TYIN"

marvin 12-30-2000 11:53 AM

RE:FLYSHOW!
 
I'm working the CCA booth on Saturday afternoon- stop by!!

juro 12-31-2000 10:58 PM

RE:FLYSHOW!
 
I'll definitely be interested in meeting as many folks as possible at the show - or maybe getting together for a bite afterwards. I am not certain what my schedule will be but as the date approaches we should discuss a place and time to grab a few appetizers, some libations, perhaps!

grego 01-02-2001 01:56 PM

RE:FLYSHOW!
 
Here's the Info for the Malboro show:

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Lefty 01-02-2001 08:56 PM

RE:FLYSHOW!
 
Just noticed there will be a "Fishing Ireland" presentation in the theatre all 3 days by a Mr. O'Reilly. Psyched!!!

Terry- who was just told I'm not allowed to kiss the Blarney stone due to a disproportionate ammount already possessed. Hmmmm....

isoh 01-02-2001 09:23 PM

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Terry - are you saying your Ireland trip has been canceled? If so, my deepest regrets and sympathies. If not, don't kiss the stone no matter what! There's a local tradition that Ichabod P. Freely started a ways back, if you know what I mean....

Lefty 01-03-2001 08:23 AM

RE:FLYSHOW!
 
Nope not cancelled, very on track. 5 siblings and their spouses and perhaps more are counting on it. FIshing oppurtunities are shrinking, but I am demanding a 2 day excursion to a cottage with a Gillie nearby for some trout.
I've also heard of the "piss kiss" at the Blarney stone. Personally I'd rather fish or scratch a fiddle in a pub.


Terry


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