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Old 12-11-2010, 05:53 PM
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Default Re: Where Would You Live? Fly Angler's Lifeplan

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I'm going on 63, years, born in South Wales -UK, lived here all my life; and I'll probably die here? that suits me fine! This place has it's good and bad points, but "There's no Place Like Home" we have an abundance of waterways to choose from! natural lakes, Reservoirs, rivers and wild mountain streams, full of wild brown trout! The fishing is good, I'm happy with what I have; and the country I live in; and (although I criticize it terribly) I wouldn't want to live anywhere else in the world!
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Default Re: Where Would You Live? Fly Angler's Lifeplan

Hi All, Around 14 years ago, I was lucky to fish in Alberta, Canada. We fished float tubes on Lake Michelle, a few miles out from Medicine Hat. That trip has lived with me all these years.

We just drifted over fish, feeding on snails that were having nothing else. Not massive fish, but very strong Rainbows. We also fished the famous Bow river out of Banff, which was awesome. Aren't Moose Massive?

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If anyone wants to adopt a 48 year old and lives in Alberta, then please PM me with the offer.

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Old 12-14-2010, 01:57 PM
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I took this right from hardys signature line, but honestly i think that this about sums it up

"Anywhere can be the land of great expectations, broken dreams, or paradise found, it's all up to you."
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