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Old 01-18-2009, 06:18 AM
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OK, here we are:

This is me at Burn's Lake outside of Livingston, MT last year (back of the boat)

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This is Marty (my wife) on the Yellowstone last year. She outfished me 3 to 1 that day!

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McNerney - here's one for you. Triumph Bonneville. In the bags, among other "stuff" is my 7 piece March Brown 7'6" 4 wt. rod, Lamson Litespeed 1.5 reel, shorts, wading sandels, box of flies, hat and other fishing gear. When I see a new stream that I like - I just doff the leathers and go fishing!

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Joni - here's one for Captain Morgan. This is "Daisy", our 13 year old basset hound, relaxing on "her couch" at our cottage in Maine last summer. She's one of a pair; we lost the other one "Clementine" last year. They were inseparable buds and real people charmers. Can send a pic of both if you'd like.

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Old 01-18-2009, 08:15 AM
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I'll try this one....
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Old 01-18-2009, 09:39 AM
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Here's a small brown and yours truly last fall on the Dream Stream.
Some say I get my wardrobe courtesy of the uni-bomber.

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My father and I at Morro Bay.

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Yea..were gear fishing. Started with the fly but the current was a bit to stong that day...

To follow suit, here are the mutts:

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The things we do to our dogs... Imagine how they complain when they hang out together... My 10 year old decided to use Johnnie Handsome for football practice, bad idea...
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It doesn't look like Johnnie liked the idea.
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Ard: Way to go, this was a great idea for a thread! I really enjoy all the photos.

Frank: I like your idea of puttng this thread somewhere to keep it going and for easy access!

Pocono: Triumph Bonneville, now your talking, nice bike! A good friend of mine had a very tricked out Triumph Bonneville in high school. He could do a wheelie on that bike for a 1/4 of mile. He got drunk one night and didn't negoiate a bend in the road and slid along a barb wire fence. Beat both the bike and rider up pretty bad.

Fishstick: I was just out there by Morro Bay rock over xmas break. Drove around the left side of the rock. Pretty cool place. Later we had lunch at a small diner in Cayucas (sp?).

Joni: That was a great picture of Capt Morgan!

Davo: I didn't remember you being such a handsome looking guy. Did you get a face lift over the winter or what? LOL!

Great photos everyone, keep them coming!

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Sandfly: That's a pretty cool looking reel, what brand is it?

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Larry,

I'm not sure about the reel but how often do you see people proudly sporting an old Fenglass like that? I remember when they were all that! The reel maybe an old Young with the Ivory handle? I'll PM Sand and ask that he post the reel to cut our curiosity.

I just pasted it to my desktop so I could enlarge the reel and still can't tell.

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