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Old 12-03-2010, 09:48 AM
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Neversink, I wish you would post more often. I would still like to introduce you to a friend of mine in Island Park.

I'm in somewhat the same boat as Kelly, we both haunt a lot of the same waters even though we have never met and fished together. He mentioned some great water, but we also have many streams and stillwater destinations that fish very well, and don't get near the pressure.
Soon, brother, soon.

As for all of the adoption requests, I already have two grown sons, but would definitely enjoy some of you folks to come and visit anytime

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Soon, brother, soon.

but would definitely enjoy some of you folks to come and visit anytime

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pueblo CO... lived there for years and want to die there
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I live in PA, so I'm in some of the East's best waters. But I think that I would have to get a summer home in Alaska. It still has some of America's last frontier. And who doesn't want to grow up to be a cowboy?
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Glenwood Springs, Colorado. You are within one hour of the Colorado, the Eagle, The Frying Pan, the Crystal, the Roaring Fork and the Flat Tops Wilderness.

And with the rest of the billion...

How many trips to New Zealand and Kamchatka can I make?
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As for all of the adoption requests, I already have two grown sons, but would definitely enjoy some of you folks to come and visit anytime

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I live in PA, so I'm in some of the East's best waters. But I think that I would have to get a summer home in Alaska. It still has some of America's last frontier. And who doesn't want to grow up to be a cowboy?
Last I checked, there weren't too many cowboys in Alaska. But frontier attitude, yes!
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Hideto-san,

Fysh is right - you should post more often! Good to hear from you.

Like Ant, I'm from PA, so small stream/river fishing is pretty good here. But, in the context of your question - easy answer for me - somewhere in the Paradise Valley, MT; probably South of Livingston and North of Yellowstone.

We have to fish Shalom's Forest again!

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Glenwood Springs, Colorado. You are within one hour of the Colorado, the Eagle, The Frying Pan, the Crystal, the Roaring Fork and the Flat Tops Wilderness.

And with the rest of the billion...

How many trips to New Zealand and Kamchatka can I make?
Now there is a plan I could enjoy (assuming Madjoni doesn't become a billionaire in the next couple years so he can take us all fishing)!

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Last I checked, there weren't too many cowboys in Alaska. But frontier attitude, yes!
That's just a technicality..
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