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Old 10-29-2011, 11:09 AM
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Newby here from beautiful downtown Sterling Mass. Seems to be plenty of sweetwater opportunities around but, I'm just starting to learn the ropes.
Have spent may days chasing stripers etc but, the sweetwater bug has bitten. It looks like a nice way to extend the season. I may lurk for a while reading. Not sure I'll have much of worth to say being a newbie. Shout out if anyone want's to brave the elements thru the winter and wet a line.
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Old 10-29-2011, 11:24 AM
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Hi Carl,

It is posts from new members / new fishermen that keep things interesting here so fire away please. I am happy to see you post an intro and will watch for any more from you.

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Carl: Welcome to the forum and the great sport of fly fishing! I'm not familiar with your area of the country so I can't offer much advice accept to say Hi and welcome you into the forum. Hopefully, some of the members in your area will chime in and offer some advice. Good luck!

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Hi Carl, and welcome to another NewEnglander
I've been through Sterling (on 190), but have yet to visit your "beautiful downtown"
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I love this sport..! There's nothing more satisfying than hooking up using a rod you built and fly tied the night before in frenzy to "get ready" It's the most fun you can have with yer britches on...!
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Welcome from an american now living on the other side of the Atlantic.
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welcome carl!
you will undoubtedly get a slough of great info here on whatever you may have questions on.


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I love this sport..! There's nothing more satisfying than hooking up using a rod you built and fly tied the night before in frenzy to "get ready" It's the most fun you can have with yer britches on...!
Carl: Right on we couldn't agree more! This group loves anything to do with fly fishing, tying, building rods, etc.

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