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Old 12-02-2010, 08:55 PM
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and after spending all that money i will humbly ask mr kglissmeyer1 to adopt me
Without a doubt this is the best answer yet! A very gracious man who has a contingency plan.
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thanks ... if mr kglissmeyer1 refuse to adopt me than I will ask you of course
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thanks ... if mr kglissmeyer1 refuse to adopt me than I will ask you of course
I think I would push for joint custody!!!!!
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Default Re: Where Would You Live? Fly Angler's Lifeplan

Neversink, this is a great question, and well posed. For me, it would be New Mexico, north or south. Great country, all year around, even considering that the State's trout fishery management leaves a lot to be desired.

Of course, there's Wyoming - my moniker - but that would have to be my "summer home", in Jackson Hole.
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I don't need a billion or even a million give me a tent, my gear, some materials, a good travel vise, and just enough money so I can get my out of state licenses and ofcourse extra tippet! Oh and enough gas money to go where ever I haven't been and back around again. Too much money can spoil the experiance.
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I don't know about that "Too much money can spoil the experience" part WT. I have never had too much so I can't provide a first hand account on quality of experience.

Here in Alaska having one of these > Found Bush Hawk Aircraft history performance and specifications will certainly improve the experience. Last year I flew in a 2008 with less than 300 hours on it and let me tell ya.......... This will get you about anywhere up here, take a look at the specs. The range with floats is over 700 miles! No, I will not argue against money but will agree that if you intend to wait until you get a Bush Hawk before you go wandering it may be a long wait.
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It would just feel weird if I had enough money! My excursions usually end up in a pawn shop selling what I can for gas money home! hahahah! I can spend a thousand in seconds but I can also hang on to a ten spot for a month!
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Why tie yourself down to one spot if a $B is in your account.
You could own multiple homes in multiple countrys and Fish any river in the world at any peak time.
$B= Adventure.I'm not sitting still for anything.
China has a giant Salmonid, Russa, New Zeland,Patagonia,Chille Germany Northern Italy, France(last choice).To many opportunitys with all the money.
If I was a bum..Trout bum that is and had to work for survival.
Colorado is home now I have fished much of its water,but the carpetbagger in me is screaming for change. I think either of the following would do. Montana, Idaho, Oregon in the usual places would be a great place to land with my wadders on.
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