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Old 08-11-2014, 11:37 AM
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Default Re: lost all my panfish flies in a horrible i misplaced them accident.

I write me name and number on all my boxes. Three years ago I dropped a box of streamers while walking out from the lake. A really nice bait fisherman found them and called me so he could get them backn to me. You never know, maybe someone would just keep them if they found them but if you don't give them a way to contact you then they never can. Sorry for your loss. We spend so much time putting a good box together, to lose them is a real heartbreaker.
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Old 08-11-2014, 04:37 PM
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Default Re: lost all my panfish flies in a horrible i misplaced them accident.

I feel your pain. I flipped my canoe in fast water a couple of years ago and lost all of my bass flies and broke my favorite rod.

Came close to drowning too.
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