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  1. Default Hello from Kentucky

    Im Chris and I started fly fishing last year when my wife and daughters got me a flyrod combo for my 40th bday. After catching my first smallmouth bass on it I became addicted. Over this past Fall and winter I started fishing for Rainbow and Brown trout that are part of a stocking program here in Ky.

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    Default Re: Hello from Kentucky

    Chris: Welcome to the forum and the great sport of fly fishing! Catching bass on a fly rod can certainly be addictive, so I know the fun you are experiencing. Best of luck! There is a lot of information here on this forum, spend some time browsing and using the search function, then don't hesitate to ask questions, lots of great people here more than willing to help you out.

    Larry
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    Default Re: Hello from Kentucky

    Chris...looks like your wife and daughters chose the right present

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    Default Re: Hello from Kentucky

    Welcome aboard. Good folks here with great advice and experience. Looking forward to hearing about your adventures in Kentucky and beyond!
    "...all snobbery is defensive..and as important as fishing seems, the most important thing about it is, it's just fishing."

    -- John Gierach

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    Default Re: Hello from Kentucky

    Welcome to the forum! Good to see a fellow Kentuckian on here!

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    Default Re: Hello from Kentucky

    Welcome! Sounds like your family started you off in the right direction.
    When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost. - Billy Graham"

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