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    A Brief Introduction - The Beginning as I Recall It

    Hi Rich,

    Good story and a great fish!
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    Posted 04-23-2015 at 11:56 AM by Hardyreels Hardyreels is online now
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    My 1st Largemouth Bass

    Great story, thanks for sharing!
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    Posted 04-22-2015 at 10:52 AM by mcnerney mcnerney is offline
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    The 2012 Bear Encounter;

    Ard: That was an awesome read, even after you had told it to me first hand a couple years ago!
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    Posted 04-22-2015 at 08:08 AM by mcnerney mcnerney is offline
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    A Fish Story

    Rich: Congrats on that monster of a trout! When you started that blog I thought you were describing fishing on the Green with Muzzy last year, but obviously not from the photos!
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    Posted 04-22-2015 at 07:52 AM by mcnerney mcnerney is offline
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    A Brief Introduction - The Beginning as I Recall It

    Rich: Great start on your first blog, I'm looking forward to your next write-up!
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    Posted 04-22-2015 at 07:42 AM by mcnerney mcnerney is offline
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    The 2012 Bear Encounter;

    Showed him who the real boss is dincha? Great story!
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    Posted 04-16-2015 at 01:05 PM by milt spawn milt spawn is offline
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    Streamers, Where & When Part 3;

    Excellant article, as usual for you. Very good advice that I will have to try this season.
    Like others, I'm looking forward to the book.
    Joe
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    Posted 04-01-2015 at 04:21 PM by gunner gunner is offline
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    What I've Learned About being A Guide;

    I remember the first time I fished in Alaska. I was in the navy and we went to Kodiak island for 2 days in 1992. We rented gear, bought licenses and hit the stream. I got a few salmon and was 'hooked'. I dreamed about returning and finally made it happen in 2005. I spent 2 weeks on the Kenai river trying to perfect my Kenai flip. I got a few reds along with halibut on a charter out of Seward.

    I went back the following year and targeted the pinks & silvers. I caught a lot more fish since I had eliminated the learning curve. I caught pinks from the fishwalk behind the Soldotna visitor's center until my arms were tired.

    I took 2007 off then headed back up in 2008 after taking a leave of absence from work. I caught all kinds of fish and fished all over. Homer, Ninilchik, Anchor river, different lakes. I caught flounder, irish lords, Pollock, halibuts, salmon, trout, dolly varden, grayling and pike.

    2009 & 2010 I spent the summer in Seward and Ketchikan respectively. I plan on returning next year. Alaska is a magical place for someone that enjoys fishing as much as I do. The place is aesthetically beautiful. My wish is that everyone experience Alaska at least once in their lifetime. I went and it changed me.
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    Posted 03-26-2015 at 03:41 PM by Monello Monello is offline












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