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Thread: Make-up meet and greet for March

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    Excellent. So be there and ready to launch by 7 right? Sounds good

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    Quote Originally Posted by yakscientist View Post
    Excellent. So be there and ready to launch by 7 right? Sounds good

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    Correct

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    Ah, the old Herald Harbor Hideaway. I used to live a few blocks away from there, it is a great spot. In one of the ironies of life, I lived right by the water but all I wanted to do was live in the woods and shoot deer. Now I live in the woods and all I want to do is fish.

    I would love to attend, depending on the temps. I have finally admitted to myself that if my hands are cold all day, I don't have any fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bunnielab View Post
    Ah, the old Herald Harbor Hideaway. I used to live a few blocks away from there, it is a great spot. In one of the ironies of life, I lived right by the water but all I wanted to do was live in the woods and shoot deer. Now I live in the woods and all I want to do is fish.

    I would love to attend, depending on the temps. I have finally admitted to myself that if my hands are cold all day, I don't have any fun.
    Very ironic haha! Sounds good. As of now, they're calling for it to be just above freezing in the early am but will ripen up to a nice upper 40's later on. Let's hope the 40% chance of morning rain stays away. I hope you get to revisit your old stomping grounds.


    Also, if anyone would like to arrive and launch later than 7:00am, you're more than welcome. I will be leaving the gate open to all guests that reply to this thread.
    Last edited by supfisher01; 03-11-2017 at 03:16 PM.

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    Steve - Thanks for offering to do this. I had a chance to fish in Steve's home waters for a short time this week and got one fish before mechanical difficulties sent me back to the launch early. I am tentatively interested but cannot get there on a Sunday morning until about 10:30. Do you know how long the group will remain on the water?


    For those others who plan to attend, please read Steve's original post. He noted that he will rent the community beach for the morning. I have attended several picnics there held by residents who had to rent the facility. The rental fee is not a trivial amount. I hope that those who do take advantage of Steve's willingness to host will contribute a few bucks to help him cover the rental cost.
    John Veil
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    Steve,
    Thanks for jumping in with a replacement M&G. If the weather cooperates, think I might join you. Will let you know later in the week.
    John
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    Thanks for the post, John. I would like to get a consensus but I think til 2:00pm would be a fair amount of time.

    As far as the renting of the beach, I'm doing this under my own will and do not need, nor will I ask for, any kind of reimbursement. Let's just catch some fish!

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    Get a pair of neopream gloves. They really help me-same problem as you.
    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Rentch View Post
    Steve,
    Thanks for jumping in with a replacement M&G. If the weather cooperates, think I might join you. Will let you know later in the week.
    You're welcome, John and sounds good.

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    This is a very nice gesture by Steve and a great opportunity to reach an area of the river unavailable to most of us.

    Unfortunately I cannot go due to another obligation but I am looking forward to the reports and photos.

    Good luck to all.
    Mark

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