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Old 04-06-2008, 09:38 AM
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If i had the money and time what country or state would you go to and what river/stream/lake/exc. would you fish. Would you wade/kayak/exc.

how many days/nights and days fishing.

Im asking this because i came across some extra money and would love to do some fishing because were i live the fishing isnt so great.

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Well Jason I dropped everything and moved to my vacation spot. Jackson Hole WY. There is a ton of great fishing anywhere from 10 minutes to 2 hours drive in any direction. I'm on my fishing vacation all the time.
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You might want to do a search of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Eagle River, Humber River etc - good for Salmon!

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Well Jason I dropped everything and moved to my vacation spot. Jackson Hole WY. There is a ton of great fishing anywhere from 10 minutes to 2 hours drive in any direction. I'm on my fishing vacation all the time.

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If i had the money and time what country or state would you go to and what river/stream/lake/exc. would you fish. Would you wade/kayak/exc.

how many days/nights and days fishing.

Im asking this because i came across some extra money and would love to do some fishing because were i live the fishing isnt so great.

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