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Old 02-15-2003, 07:38 AM
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That father and son time spent is great. Makes you glad to be alive.

Now, I'm in to the "grandfather" relationship mode. My granddaughters are getting big enough to go now, and are interested. The grandsons are still too small, but a couple of more years!

This is the year for my granddaughters, though. (Incidentally, I broke 'em in when they were a couple of years old on sunnies, just to get 'em started!)

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Old 02-15-2003, 08:19 AM
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Apparently the OLN programming is different here in my neck of the woods. Duck hunting show was on at 9:30. I'll keep looking for it.
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Old 02-15-2003, 09:00 AM
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I saw the entire show, but I had to miss the last half hour of "Remember The Titans" . Since I had seen it probably 20 times before no big deal. Big football family here you know.

Will was very non chalant about his first TV show. Looked real patient to me, going to be a heck of fisherman.

Did not know they made waders that small !

Bet I know what fly was being used.

Congratulations on the show !

Liked your Texas accent also.



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Old 02-18-2003, 01:45 PM
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Will had a set of Cabela's waders with a big logo on the front of them. Hodgeman was one of the show sponsors and they weren't too happy about Will's waders. When they found out that they didn't make them that small they got over it pretty quick. I wish will would have landed that one big rainbow. It was probably half again as big as the one we got into the net. The one he landed was only about 28" but the one he lost must have been in excess of 32". It would have made a terrific show at least. you'll have to bring the boys down and we can do some fishing.

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