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Old 03-08-2012, 09:47 PM
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I will be on the road to the Midwest Fly Expo tomorrow in Warren, MI. Barring delays on the road or at the border, I should be at the Samia/Port Huron crossing around noon, and looking to get in a quick fishing session. Anyone interested in either a quick fishing session or giving away your most secret honey holes for either steelhead or inland fish in that area? I'm kidding about the second part, but if overwhelming kindness sweeps over you and you feel like giving up a spot or two, I'd be willing to donate gratuitous amounts of beer, tied flies, or a trade for a spot or two in the Buffalo area. I have been told of one spot which is where I'm going to head to, unless I hear otherwise before tomorrow. I'm ok with anything from this:
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to this:
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but I'd even be happy with this:
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In addition to the brief excursion, I will be at the Midwest Expo both Saturday and Sunday, looking forward to meeting up with a few fellow NAFFFers!
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I do like those rainbow trout croakies in the first pic, I went with the brown trout ones!
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AJ you got to make it over to the best coast!
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