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Old 07-15-2008, 02:02 AM
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Another one from Arizona..
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Oro Valley and San Carlos, Mexico. originally from back east somewhere, I forget where...or why.
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Glendale, Arizona via Riverton, Wyoming
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Glendale, Arizona via Riverton, Wyoming
Have you checked out AZFlyandtie ? Great site.
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Old 08-16-2008, 01:51 PM
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I get on that web site every once in a while. I have lived in AZ since 1988, WOW did I say 1988, Holy #$%& I'm getting old.
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Fshfanatic, looks like you do a lot of fishing down in rocky point, do you get down there much......My mother in law has a house down in playa encanto...I'd like to get into some salt water fishing..looks like a real good time..Chris
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Have not been down there for a couple yrs. Might make a trip as soon as Monsoon season is over..
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from tucson, i am new to fly fishing. any one else from tucson?
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I am in Tucson every saturday almost.
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hi KRD, any good places around tucson for fly fishing?
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