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Old 09-25-2001, 07:53 PM
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Special thanks to my Forum brothers in the pacific northwest...

Like last year, I have a lot of thanks to give to my friends and Forum members in the pacific northwest. Bill picked me up at Seatac and got me onto the water in record time. Brian (and Aya) put me up and put up with me for a few days as we ran around Sekiu and some steelhead haunts with Ryan (who kept the upper hand on the catching) before heading back to civilization. Finally, we all got together and had a full day on a very productive steelhead river and had many laughs, some good food, and great times to log in the journal of our lives.

I hope I've provided some form of hospitality to you in your past visits that could compare, and I hope to provide more in the years to come.

Whenever you visit the home waters of a fellow forum member you shouldn't hesitate to ask for advice, support or camaraderie during your stay. In addition to forging strong friendships between local fly anglers everyday, the exchange policy represents the "other half" of the Worldwide Flyfishing
Forum's foundation when we are lucky enough to travel.

Guys, I am deeply indebted and look forward to the day I walk you out to my favorite little honey hole on a mid-day flood on Monomoy!

With deepest appreciation,

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Old 09-27-2001, 08:39 AM
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How about payback with some Cape Cod striper fishing for any of that crew that would come? Have you told any of them of the 30"+ striped bass on the fly out heah?

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Old 09-27-2001, 11:47 AM
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If you're coming to the Medford, OR area the sheets are clean, pillow fluffed, and your 'buy in' is a good bottle of single malt in hand when you ring the door bell.

Need to do a 'flying trip?' I can also provide some pretty detailed maps covering the vast majority of the Rogue.
Fred Evans
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