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Old 03-07-2006, 09:59 PM
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Thanks guys! Due to a sciatic nerve problem I've been nursing for about a week I opted to stay out of the dojo tonight but will confirm by email and will report status tomorrow evening.
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Old 03-16-2006, 06:18 AM
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Hannah's a GO!!!!!

I just received word that all systems are go for Osaka Japan, the fund raising effort in which we made a big dent has created the opportunity for talent to meet destiny, hope to meet dreams in a timeless place where the martial arts has some serious roots.

Thanks to all for making this such a success as we wrap up the enrollment for the fundraiser classes and call it a win/win. I will be making arrangements ASAP to work with you individually and in small groups (based on similar class interest).

Let's all acknowledge a FORUM style kudos for our brothers who rose to this occasion as we often do:

James W. Shepherd III
Michael C. Doogue
Adrian Sharp
Peter Readel
Fred A. Abrahamson
Frank Feger

Guys I really look forward to seeing you making beautiful effortless casts with the ancient art of two-handed flyrods in the modern application. It is my mission to deliver that to you.

Also a thank you to our mystery woman Anne Smith who made a generous contribution and gesture of friendship from her daughter who is a Canadian karate competition winner as well.

In the end it's these types of things that make us who we are. Thanks for stepping up so together we can make something big happen for a teen who deserves a shot.

with highest appreciation and respect,
Juro
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Old 03-16-2006, 08:03 PM
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Thumbs up 2-handed beach cast

Coordinate with others interested in the "Beach Casting" and let me know date...I'll be there!

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Old 03-16-2006, 08:16 PM
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Glad it worked out.

I'm looking to learn to spey cast if there's a few others that want to form up a class.
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This is great. It is good that Hannah is on her way. I am looking forward to the beach class. By the way, I said hello to Juro and John at the Wilmington show and discussed the upcoming class with Juro. Without prompting he led me out to the parking lot and gave me a mini lesson on the two handed CND rod. It has helped already. Juro is so enthusiastic about two handed casting and such a great guy. I am really looking forward to the beach class with everyone else...it will be a blast.

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Old 03-18-2006, 05:02 AM
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Fred, I'm with you for the Spey class.

A saltwater estuary would make an interesting class room
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Old 03-18-2006, 08:37 AM
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Adrian,
I think I know a good spot by my place, where if you pick the right tide you can work the current in one direction, take a lunch break during the turn, then work the other way. That tide happens to occur on Sunday, May 7.
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