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Old 03-09-2009, 10:10 AM
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My name is Mike from Selma, Oregon. I was very active in flyfishing and tournament casting back in the 60's and 70's in So. Cal. Enter the golf business and exit the fishing. Now somewhat semi-retired and living in So. Oregon has revitalized my fishing. Nice to be married to a woman who asks
"honey,can we go fishing today"? I still have many of my old Fenwick fly rods and am in the process of building a spey rod. I look forward to the Forum and continue learning from many of the old "salts". Mike
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Welcome!!! This is a great site, and you get see reports from all around the U.S.
I look forward to see some reports from Oregon. Its one place i want to fish in the future.
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Hi Mike,

Welcome to the forum. Some great fly fishing in Oregon. Let us see some pictures of that Spey rod when you get it down. What length and weight are you building?

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