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Post 08 Jun 2020, 17:17 • #276 
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Tomah wrote:
Tough, important job; thank you for service.

Appreciate the support.


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Post 08 Jun 2020, 18:18 • #277 
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All wet, and cadavers too -- who could ask for more!


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Post 08 Jun 2020, 18:20 • #278 
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Tomah wrote:
All wet, and cadavers too -- who could ask for more!

That's how I feel about it!


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Post 08 Jun 2020, 19:29 • #279 
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Snakeroll, Welcome to the forum. I hope you at least get to find some undiscovered fishing spots in your travels.

Remember everyone, we are a fishing forum. While this is a topic about occupations, it is more about who you are and fishing preferences than an in depth study of jobs. I assume most forum members don't want me talking organic chemistry...


Tom


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Post 08 Jun 2020, 20:32 • #280 
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jgestar wrote:
I assume most forum members don't want me talking organic chemistry...


Please make it stop. :x


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Post 09 Jun 2020, 20:23 • #281 
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Location: US-NY
I wish my organic chemistry professor(s) fly fished. I probably wouldnt have failed O Chem 2 twice!

I've fly fished since I was 14 so 22 years. I've worked for the same environmental remediation contractor for 14 years (plus a summer internship). I've been fortunate to work (and fish) all over.

Best was Bangor, ME for 2017. I got real into LL Salmon and fished the WB a ton. Also took advantage and went to NB and caught some Atlantic Salmon.

Been in NYC metro since then which isn't the end of the world because I have a camp a couple hours away on the EB.

I'm very lucky, my camp is on the best wild rainbow and brown trout river system in the east (I'm biased); and I can walk into the lower Niagara River gorge (excellent to world class for cold and warm water species) within a few hundred feet of my house.

Always trying to find more work near Bangor though...


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Post 16 Jun 2020, 18:03 • #282 
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Location: The High West
Hello
Brand new to the forum. I am a retired military and commercial pilot from Alberta. I have many fly rods, one favourite is a Hardy JET 9WT, 2 piece, 9' long. I use it at present with a Ross reel and a 9WT slow sink line. I have many other fibreglass rods in my collection, but only a couple of fly rods, the other fly stuff is all modern composite or bamboo.
I have been fly fishing since I was a child, for well more than 45 years. I look forward to learning and hearing about the enjoyment of things related to fly fishing and glass rods.


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Post 16 Jun 2020, 21:09 • #283 
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Welcome, Fishnchips! Great handle, by the way.


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Post 17 Jun 2020, 19:32 • #284 
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[deleted, I posted to the wrong topic]


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Post 20 Jun 2020, 20:10 • #285 
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Tomah wrote:
Welcome, Fishnchips! Great handle, by the way.


Thank you Tomah. :P


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Post 24 Jun 2020, 15:05 • #286 
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Registered Nurse.
Live in florida, love to fish. Traveling out West next summer for 3 months of fly fishing.


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Post 24 Jun 2020, 15:18 • #287 
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@ Richard 4880, welcome to the forum, fly fishing is good
"Live in florida" is fine but if you put it in your profile, it will show in your posts and I won't have to remember it, ;)


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Post 18 Jul 2020, 13:57 • #288 
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Parks Director


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Post 18 Jul 2020, 21:40 • #289 
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Location: Easton, PA
I sell Flowerbulbs.
Tulips, Daffodils, Lily, onions, Garlic, Dahlia, Calla, Hyacinth...........shall I go on?


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Post 19 Jul 2020, 17:10 • #290 
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Hi! Don’t know how I missed this long-running thread. I’m a Presbyterian minister, and in a lot of ways The Movie describes me. My dad taught my brother and me to (spin)fish in the Sierra of CA.near Mammoth. I taught myself to fly fish as.a junior in H.S. in 1970. We’d go to Mammoth to fish and hike every summer through my college years. So why am I not a better fisher??? I keep trying, though!

Fish on!
Peter


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