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Old 04-17-2001, 05:38 PM
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If this double-posts, my apologies.

Ray, I just finished talking with Art, and I indicated I'm in for Saturday.
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Old 04-17-2001, 08:00 PM
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Kick some bass! Early Bird Special

We will be mobilizing are fishing locations all morning Saturday, depending on the tide, bait and fishing conditions. Rhody has some excellent tributaries that are in close proximity to each other. It's difficult to pin point where we might be exactly. For that reason we should be able to stay in phone communication. If you happen to miss our first meeting place or join us late, you will still be able to locate us.

If you have a cell phone number e-mail me privately. I will do a group private e-mail Friday evening to all those that respond. Even if you have no cell phone and you are coming Saturday, e-mail me the same. You will still be able to keep in touch with us by getting the phone list and using a public phone.

Friday at 7:00 pm, I will compile the list and do a group e-mail.

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Old 04-18-2001, 06:55 AM
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Hey ray,I must have missed something. How do I find your or anyone elses e-mail address on the forum? And not to be too much of dub but I still don't know whrer the initial meeting place is on Saturday. Where is the initial meeting place? I will send you a private note with my phone number even though it was posted for all to see on the forum. How about telling me some of those estuaries names. Again I would like to hook up with you guys but if it doesn't happen I'd still like to have a little insight into the possibility of getting into some fish.
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Old 04-18-2001, 07:55 AM
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Chris -

Meeting place will be posted Thursday. Art is coming over this morning (Wednesday) to do a little scouting.

If you want to access anyone's e-mail there are several ways. Just play around with the icons at the top of their post. The hot woman icon will give the member's profile, right below your loggin name in the left hand side. Click the mail sign to send a direct e-mail.

Looking forward to meeting you Saturday.

Art just arrived. Say hi! Art. Hi! all
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Old 04-19-2001, 05:38 PM
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Hey - just got the slate cleaned off to free up Saturday. Ray, is it too late to get my name on the list. Did I miss it - where is everyone meeting.

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It looks like my brother will be coming too. we're leaving tomorrow eavening and hoping to catch a late camp site somewhere. Anyone know of a place that is open late for check in's?
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Old 04-19-2001, 08:45 PM
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Chris -

I don't think you can do better than where Art and Ray arranged... right there in Colt State Park! Check it out HERE.

Good luck and I am still not completely out of the running to attend... should know by tomorrow.

WHOOPS! Chris I'd better defer to the locals, I just realized there is no camping listed on the Colt State Park homepage. You'd be better off getting this information from Ray and/or Art... any ideas for Chris guys?
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Old 04-20-2001, 10:46 AM
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I hope to make it but wont know untill 3:00pm when I get into work if I am working or not?
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Old 04-20-2001, 01:06 PM
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John (Big cat), where have you been.?. I haven't heard much from you during the past few months... anyway, I am looking forward to walking Chatham's South Beach with you this spring and summer. See you hopefully at the spring clave or before.
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Hey,
Looking forward to meeting folks tomorrow. I'm damn near giddy about even the possibility of getting into some fish. I went out opening day and stood in snow to my knees on the headwater of the Sheepscot just to say I went. Get this my boy Ian 11, who would be coming but he's been fighting leukemia for the last 6 months, was all bummed out that he could't come. He started kind of pseudo-fussing and here's the good part my wife turned to me and said " YOU WILL TAKE IAN FISHING SUNDAY". Boy I should get that kind of punishment more often. Dig ya later. Chris
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Old 04-20-2001, 04:23 PM
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One last thing fly patterns? What should I have. I'm pretty well stocked Just needed to know if there are any odd ones that are good.
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Old 04-20-2001, 05:12 PM
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The private e-mail list of cell phone numbers who reponded was just sent out at 6:00 pm @ Friday. The following name were attached:

Peter Jenkins
Dave Pritchard
Jeff Borkowski
Greg O.
Chris DeLisle
Nick Svencer
Jeff Roop
Ray Stachelek

If you get lost or need directions, call Ray Stachelek? The others might be unfamiliar with Rhode Island locations.

Peter Jenkins of Saltwater Edge will have some goodies he'll bring with him along with some charts of the area.
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Old 04-20-2001, 05:25 PM
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Helpful Hints:

Need waders, stripping basket, intermediate line and optional sink line might be helpful.

Flies: Spring selections in various sizes, bucktails, Clouser, Capt. Ray's Angel Hair flies.

Others: Camera, beverage, snacks and sandwiches. Plenty of fast food places along the way.
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Old 04-20-2001, 09:29 PM
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Bummer for me working Saturday, but I will be thinking of you folks. I will have to shoot for the spring clave now.
Striblue, I been working 6 days a week all winter and the 7th day has been for familey time. I should have more free time after the middle of May.
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