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Old 12-13-2002, 11:55 PM
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A guide does not meet the criteria. However I respect their passion for fly fishing steelhead and knowledge which has become their profession of choice. There are probably a couple of hundred river guides in GL country I suspect.

Guess there are none that meet the criteria.

Time to move on to a new subject.

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I agree time to move on, this horse was beaten to death.
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Old 12-14-2002, 09:40 AM
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Well maybe Dansteeliemen is a hope for us.

I guess the best we may have are weekend warrior steelhead addicts in GL country.

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he's too young, he has yet to create any sizable bills. That is the true test, when he hits 39 has no mortgage car payment and a trunk full of sages plus no maritial obligations etc. He will have reached bum status.

Guess that is something for him to shoot for.
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Yeah, plus he has a lot of "lady fish" to chase first like we did during those late teen and early 20 years. I did not get married until I was 29. The fly fishing poles were used mainly in spring and summer when I could sneak away to the NY Catskills, Beaverkill, Delaware, Willowemuc, etc.. for a day or two throwing drys and nymphs. ZMore fishing time though when I was in between lady friends. :hehe:
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Didn't get married until I was 36, glad i waited. Got to sample many ladys and found a keeper.
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Old 12-14-2002, 01:27 PM
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Been with my chicago lady for 26 years in May 2003, doesn't fish but understands why I do.
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I got both....

I find time for both ladies and fishing. What I need in a future wife is one who flyfishes...but on the other hand that can be bad, so maybe one who hates it but would let me go whenever would be more desirable.

I firgure that maybe a good job will support my habit, that is why I have learned to work hard and invest. I play the market already, its a gamble...but if you know what to look for in the business sectors....you can be successful.

I really don't want to be a guide...I would rather open my own outfitters and then manage that on the side while hiring guides and fish when I could. That is my long term goal. I want it to be in upstate Michigan or along the Wisconisin/Minnesota north shore. I love my beloved state so maybe I could open it in the UP and retire up there. Still I would love to move to Florida in the winter to chase bones and tarpon, and then fish Alaska in the summer! :hehe:

I am not sure what is ahead of me, just trying to get my name out there!
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Be careful when you wed, very careful.

Once kids hit the scene it all changes if not the lawyers will do that for you.
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pmflyfisher

Might fit your discription on the Idaho, Washington, Oregon area but not your direction, until now. My daughter is moving to the Detroit area, and I will be looking for someone to hook up with.... Don't have a clue where to go in the GL area. But have watched your reports for quite some time now. Won't be able to get that way till spring time, but that sounds like the time to be there!
Debate time now. I have been invited to the Washington area for spring runs, but daughter seems to think I need to help her move....???? Well anyway if you get a chance, drop me a reply!
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hmmm....

I can help and we could fish....but about your daughter, I might be younger than you think!
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Dan,

Forget about it, never ever date a fishing partners daughter.

I sense you need some mentoring my friend.
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Sorry

Sorry Guys, forgot to mention, she is married and has two rugrats already. Husband just got a Position in Detroit as an Engineer at one of the facilities. Autoliv.... But that just gives me a place to stay and a reason to come out your way! Have heard so much about it. Juro seems to like it. So first chance I get, I'm headed your way!
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Steeliesonfly,

Let us know when you are coming out and we will point you in the right direction. Spring is a good time but fall is probably best since everything is in the rivers then steelies, chinook, browns, lakers, etc.

LP steelhead runs are best in March/April, some rivers into May are still decent

UP runs go into June.

Bring your long underwear and winter steelheading dress since even in May it can still be cold out here on the rivers.

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Be prepared to drive any where decent, don't recall too many decent Steelhead streams near Detroit.

We can hook you up no problem.
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