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Old 02-12-2013, 04:22 PM
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Default Re: Working in Fly shops

Hi Matt,

It sounds like a good thing for a young fellow and there is a discount on purchases of course. I believe it would be a great way to get up to speed with all the new tackle at this time but when I was between 18 & 35 years old I wanted night shift work so I could fish............. I was once offered a job at my regional Orvis dealership but deferred because of the day shift schedule. Now if there is a creek right close by, that can make a huge difference when choosing a work site.

Good luck & keep us informed, if you need a reference let me know.

Ard
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