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    Brand new at this, forgive me if I don't post alot. Would rather gather information than make an idiot of myself. Glad to be here, and will appreciate any advice.

    Tim

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    Welcome Home Tim, and not to worry about asking questions. We don't take 'prisoners' here.
    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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    Tim....lots of experienced anglers willing to help here...

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    Tim: Great to see you posting! There aren't any dumb questions, we were all beginners at one point. Browse around the forum, use the search function and if you can't find an answer, don't hesitate to ask questions, we have a great bunch of guys and gals on this forum that are more than will to help out.

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    Welcome to the forum!
    yonder

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    Welcome to the forum Tim, enjoy
    Eddie
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    Welcome. It's a whole lot easier to ask after looking around a bit rather than trying to reinvent the wheel. If "Search" doesn't get you what you need. Speak up.

    BTY, being new isn't a requirement for making an idiot of yourself.... I do it semi-regularly.
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    hey welcome to the forum tim
    allot of good people here.

    casey


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    Welcome!

    Feel free to ask away, I find I often learn when people ask questions, even if I 'knew' the answer. A lot of us benefit from reading the answers that are posted. Also, when you ask, let us know what part of the country/world you're fishing in. Helps focus the answers in a more helpful direction.
    - William

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