It's really wierd because it did say that I had received a p.m.. Heck I dunno. I did get your skype name.
We don't have a camera either, but it would make things better, then everyone would see just how darn handsome I am. lol.
Fysh wrote: "Good to see you back Larry.
Where the heck is Davo?"
Hey Fysh, I wonder the same thing. Dano use to be really active and was an important part of NAFFF. I hope he is OK.
Frank: I'm pretty sure Davo is currently in Florida visiting with his dad and probably getting in some fishing. In the past, he has made the Thanksgiving holiday a time to go to Florida.
Have you ever talked to someone from Europe on Skype? I'm wondering what the quality might be. JP called me on the cell the other day and the connection was pretty bad, but you could still understand what was being said. A couple of years ago I setup a VOIP Cisco softphone for a gal in Saudi Arabia that was taking some distance education classes from the University of Wyoming, the voice quality wasn't the best due to delay. I think the delay has to be under 200 ms otherwise you tend to step on each others voice, but if each party treats the connection like a one way talk path it will work, just a little hard to get used to.
Hi guys...like we say in french...my ears were whistling...it means I knew people were talking about meI'll try to connect on Skype during the Xmas holidays when I have a mike ....if I manage to do it,which is NOT sure As for the phone connection it's a real lottery it's sometimes very clear or very bad I experience it when my wife goes back to Siberia....a few miles away from home
Fysh...the guy with the black beard and long hair you've seen on the video is a friend of mine
Great people, great atmosphere, quality equipment and materials, plus they usually have a pot of coffee on.
If you look at the bar across the top you will see a tag for 'education'. Click on it and you will see a bunch of classes that they offer, many are free to the public.
We have an abundance of places to fish like the Provo River, Strawberry, The Uintah's, Weber River, Ogden River, And the Green River, though the Green below Flaming Gorge reservoir is far from what it used to be as a fishery, it's still a very beautiful place to see.
If your willing to travel northward (and I'm sure you will ) you will find yourself in the middle of a flyfishing mecca with boundless possibilities. Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming are almost limitless in the places to explore and fish.
Like I mentioned before, we have many members here from the Utah, and the surrounding states. I don't think your going to be bored.
thank you thats a great help it sounds a great place i am looking forward to getting back and checking it out i will hopefully be fishing in idaho and wyoming this summer coming as my fiancee's family lives up there which will be a good excuse to head up there lol sadly i dont drink anymore i used to like a little drink of scotch when i was out at sea fishing to warm me up lol