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    Hi everyone. I am new to this forum. My boyfriend introduced me to the wonderful world of fly fishing last august when we moved to MO, and I absolutely LOVE IT!!! I have gone to many state parks and local river's around MO and I could spend days out if I could. I no longer can do the old style of fishing that I was accustomed to, spin reel. Too boring, but I do use it sometimes for bass fishing etc. But I just wanted to say hi and I look forward to many things I may learn from this forum.

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    Hi Trixie,

    Welcome to the forum. Always happy to have another lady fly fisher. Looking forward to your post.

    Frank

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    Welcome to the group and to the sport of fly fishing.
    Let us all share our wisdom with a younger generation. Tight Loops, Tight Lines and Good Fishing to All

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    Hello Trixie,
    Welcome to the forum and the lifetime addiction called flyfishing.

    Hopefully you can get your guy to join us also.....

    ***Keep an eye on that "Frank" fella, he's as cool as the other side of the pillow. ***

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    Welcome to the group!
    http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-..._1276302_n.jpg

    I'd rather hunt fish than bait deer any day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trixie View Post
    Hi everyone.My boyfriend introduced me to the wonderful world of fly fishing last august when we moved to MO, and I absolutely LOVE IT!!! I have gone to many state parks and local river's around MO and I could spend days out if I could.

    Welcome aboard Trixie. I started right around the same time as you (July '07). I fished more during the late summer and fall with my fly gear than I had the previous 5 years put together with my spinning gear. That's a testament to just how addicting flyfishing can be. Stay in touch, I look forward to hearing some of your questions and comments as a fellow "newb".

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    Welcome from another "newb"

    Great forum full of good people willing to help those of us just getting started

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    A Big thank you to everyone on the forum. I am feeling right at home. I will have alot of questions coming I am sure. I know my b/f has alot of patience for me since he is the experienced one and I can honestly say that I must get on alot of his nerves in the water. So having a third party to come to with my questions, some I am sure are silly, will help me so much. I have been using a beginners rod since August. He says I am now ready to upsgrade. Any suggestions on the type of rod I should and what to look for at Bass Pro?

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    Welcome Trixie, great to have another female FF. Remember, there are NO dumb questions here.
    I have the perfect AVATAR for you (not saying there is ANYTHING wrong with yours;-)


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    Welcome to the group Trixie

    Joni
    Are those a new brand of waders and wading shoes as the the instructor wears in the school poster?

    Yikes---pretty tough on the round rocks
    "something is happening here but i dont know what it is"---dylan

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