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Old 10-20-2006, 12:48 PM
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Hey everyone,

Just thought I would say hi and tell a little about myself. Not only am I new to this forum but am also a beginer fly fisherman. That being said I have been hunting, fishing and shooting all my life. I shoot skeet and trap leagues at my gun club. I love to fool around with all kinds of guns, ie. very amature gunsmithing. One of my passions is bird hunting, of any kind but mostly ducks and dove. I do a little deer and preditor hunting as well. While I've never done any fly fishing I have been cat and crappie fishing as long as I can remember and would love to try some salt water fishing. And last but not least I train my own hunting retrievers. My female yellow lab just got her AKC JR RETRIEVER Title. As I learn this new (to me) sport, I look foward to benifiting from the help and experience from all that post here.

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Welcome to the group! If you'll tell us some about where in the country you are fishing, you can probably get some good tips on productive spots.

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Old 10-20-2006, 02:55 PM
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Sorry About that, I should have told you I live in Edgewood Texas which is about 50 miles east of Dallas. I fish all over east Texas. I have relatives in SW Arkansas so I get to fish in that part of the country also. I have also been to the Beavers Bend area in Oklahoma quite a bit.

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riverman, welcome and good you finally joined. I don't do much shooting these days but I do have a good assortment of firearms and a nice Bow.

I will tell you cause I am sure will appriciate this. I scored a Remington 1100 semi for $100. in mint condition from a gal that was mad at her ol' man. Sorry for him, happy for me. I also have a Parker side-by-side with a demascase (M/S) barrel.
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