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Old 07-26-2013, 12:50 PM
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Default Re: Best Fly Fishing Vehicles

I bought a 09 Forester 3 years ago and I love it when the time comes I'll buy another.

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Old 07-27-2013, 02:33 PM
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Default Re: Best Fly Fishing Vehicles

Originally Posted by trout trekker View Post
Here’s another CST for Silvertip8K
It’s a nearly forty year old shot of my ‘69 CST 10 on the banks of the Eel river and yes, that’s dinner for the crew hangin’ from the driver side door. Times were different.


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whats not to like about such a practical and utilitarian rig!

who says we cant have that again...well that has been my goal anyway...the super dooper high $$ rigs are OK I guess if you are a high roller...but I sure don't fit in that grouping...thanks for sharing the old pic...

I will be sharing some similars later this year...if you have any more...please put 'em up...the younger folks here need to see how easy and fun it can favorite hotel alwys was ...motel 66...translation...the rest area on the hiway I was on...LOL...

btw...I love the exterior food storage area!!
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