Father and Son

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joaniebo
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Father and Son

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Just in case someone hasn't seen this. My all time favorite fishing video.

Bob

https://vimeo.com/25297005

andre
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Very cool, especially as I get older.

Andre

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Eperous
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Thanks for posting... nicely done... and thought of YOU--- Bob, last Friday when I fished a Pink Squirrel through Garden State wild trout waters...

Ed

joaniebo
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Ed

Let me know if you need more Pink Squirrels, ok? (or Chracklebacks!).

Bob

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Eperous
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joaniebo wrote:
Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:13 pm
... Let me know if you need more Pink Squirrels, ok? (or Chracklebacks!).
Ah thanks Bob... but I only fish flies that I tied myself, even when I venture forth to waters, parts of the U.S. that I never fished before, or use flies I never tied before... :roll: It's cost me a few fish over the years, BUT we need to fish by a piscatorial credo of sorts... after all, is it about the number of fish we catch, or the experience we enjoy? :?

Ed
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Bullethead
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Don’t know if perhaps my criptic entry might have been some inspiration for that lovely reference. Fired off the note about taking Dads for car rides at a stop on the Ashokan. Dad’s 93 and doesn’t like to drive himself too far out of Kingston anymore. He wondered how I could remember all the twists and turns to the spots we’d fished together for all those years. All I could think was “How could I forget?” Although he had some difficulty with some elements of the labyrinth of roads thereabouts, he could point out any ramshackle building or ruin that once offered “....a shot, a beer and pretty goddamned good steak.” We had a ball. So, thanks again for that link. A real treat.

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Ed

If you change your mind and want to "field test" some of my soft hackles, keep me in mind, ok?

Bob

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