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Old 07-19-2011, 09:06 AM
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Fysh, we've been floating the toons in the summer and chasing Steelies and Salmon together for about 10 years; and we always have a good time whether the fishing is good or not...

Milt, we see very little traffic on this river; this particular day we had three kayaks and a canoe go by us and we saw one of the local residents playing in his canoe way down river of us...

Davo, we try and get out as often as possible; either chasing SMB like this trip or floating some of our MI trout streams. We try to hit the local streams together at least once a week.

Frank, Jim's a tool and diemaker by trade and a tinkerer by nature; he built the oar rests so they would be out of the way while fishing. What you can't see well in the pic is the awesome rod holder he built; it holds the rod tip at about 45 degrees, but has it spring loaded so you can lower it to nearly horizontal for passing under low hanging foliage or bridges...

They're great guys to fish with and tie flies with...

Dan
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