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Old 07-16-2005, 02:59 PM
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Exclamation In case some pops up on e-bay

(Juro, ... if this is not appropriate, ... please feel free to delete it) ...

Just in case you see something too good to be true on e-bay, ... Here's some stuff to maybe look out for


Reels stolen 7/15/05, from Allen Crise's truck at Lmham Mill Park, Glen Rose, TX.

STH I-MR-POP II with new XXD orange WF 7F line blue bag.

STH IM POP II with new XXD orange WF 5F line gray bag.

Sage 1031 with "00" line

Pfluger Supreme 1856 white line

Orvis Reel with Pink line

Orvis reels green line

Martin reel multiplier Shooting head custom

Aurora Reel with sink tip
REDINGTON Light green spey line Cortland

Okuma Sierra Green line

Fly Logic 2 w/ Spool WF 4F WF 6F lines

Fly Logic 3 W spool WF 9F WF 8F Lines.

I-POP cassettes Loaded with Line:
WF 5F orange Rio long cast
WF 6F green Cortland
WF S sink tip Cortland
WF 7 F orange Rio Long cast
WF 7 F black and white Cortland Nymphing
WF 7 F green Cortland 333
WF7F Yellow 555 Cortland
WF 8 F Green SA Mastery Demo
WF 8 Sink tip Cortland
WF 9 Clear Cortland
WF 6F Yellow

Leaders Tippet and Assorted small gear
Badge with Allen Crise Master Casting Instructor

All were in a 14 X 8 X 8 Zipper Green Bag with Back straps.
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Old 07-16-2005, 03:28 PM
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Perfectly appropriate for a fellow FF'er who has been ripped off! I hope we can catch this crook.
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Old 07-17-2005, 12:39 PM
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Juro,

Thanx. Al is a fellow member on another board.

We're "hoping" that the culprit is a thief and not an angler

We don't have so much trouble on my home waters as there is quite a bit of traffic in and out of the pull outs where we leave our vehicles.

As the area is patrolled by wardens, anyone "hanging around" a pickup will be politely asked if they "need" anything from a fellow angler, a Guide or a Warden.
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We don't have so much trouble on my home waters as there is quite a bit of traffic in and out of the pull outs where we leave our vehicles.
As the area is patrolled by wardens, anyone "hanging around" a pickup will be politely asked if they "need" anything from a fellow angler, a Guide or a Warden.
Is this private property ?
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Old 07-20-2005, 12:27 PM
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Update!

Well,....

According to Deanna on the other board, .... the Kids who stole Al's stuff tried to sell it at a local pawn shop.

Busted!!

Not sure if he got everthing back though ...


Greg,

Not private waters. In Quebec, ... almost all (or maybe all) the Atlantic salmon rivers are managed by what we call Controlled Exploitation Zones. Non-profit organisations that have the mandate to manage, promote and "valorize" the resource.

Many Salmo salar rivers here used to be "private" clubs held by some of te big companies (Price Brothers, Alcan, etc). Since the 70's (I think), the govt "de-clubbed" the waters.

These are public waters, but not "open access". That is to say, ... there are daily rod fees to pay for access and some "limited # rods" sections.

Sorry if my previous posting caused any confusion.
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Busted!!
Excellent!
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Great post and glad to hear those dickheads got busted. I hope your friend got all his gear back intact.

I hadn't heard about Canada "democratising" the Atlantic Salmon rivers which I think is awesome.

Now, if the United States could do something similar and make all land within 1/4 mile of the high water mark public property that would really be something
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Old 07-20-2005, 07:38 PM
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Adrian,

I was out West when this all came about.

It did take some time to change some of the old habits.

'ya see, ... on SOME rivers, ... Poaching wasn't seen as disrespect for the resource,... it was seen as "cheating" The Company

On our home waters, ... the locals (guides, wardens etc) were prohibited from fishing for salmon. They COULD however take home 30 lbs of trout for the family.

After several decades of education etc, ... IMHO, ... things are going well.

Say what you may about the old private clubs, ... these waters ar now some of the best managed in the world. (again, ... imho)

Access to water is pretty good in Cdn ... Hope something like that gets through to law makers in the US. ... UK, ... I wonder how it works ??
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