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Re: Any interest in a Newbie Mini-Jam?

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Last Saturday in Feb should work for me. Count me in.

Posted on: 2011/1/31 0:17


Re: Any interest in a Newbie Mini-Jam?

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I need to learn as much as I can in the shortest possible time since I one of those old guys!!

The only Saturday even remotely open is the 26th. Everything else is booked.

Dave R.

Posted on: 2011/1/31 8:23


Re: Any interest in a Newbie Mini-Jam?

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I would be willing to host one in Western Pa at the Neshannock once the season kicks in. We did an informal get together last year over the grannoms and had a blast. I'd be more than happy to show some newbies from my part of the state a few things too. Probably a week or so after opening day would work best.

PM me if you have any interest.

Ryan

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The only Saturday even remotely open is the 26th. Everything else is booked.

Dave R.


I see your telepathic powers are intact - we have ESP(N).

If you can make it, I'll gratefully turn over the casting instruction to my favorite casting instructor. The 26th of February sounds good.

OK - we've got a really good crew of instructors, now all we need is for the folks looking for instruction to show some interest. Don't be bashful!

This is an opportunity to learn the basics, and also an opportunity for us to share some knowledge with our fellow PAFF members - in person, and FREE of charge. Getting to meet some of your fellow PAFF members is a bonus, too.

Please post if you have an interest in attending - this would be an informal gathering. If you can attend, fine. I'd just like to provide the opportunity to our fellow PAFF members, families, and friends. Lurkers are welcome too!

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I would be willing to host one in Western Pa at the Neshannock once the season kicks in. We did an informal get together last year over the grannoms and had a blast. I'd be more than happy to show some newbies from my part of the state a few things too. Probably a week or so after opening day would work best.

PM me if you have any interest.

Ryan


Attaboy Ryan! We'll have the whole state covered. Your event hosting skills are well proven - you're gonna have Oram's donuts, aren'tcha.....

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Ed,

Should be a great get-together! If I'm not working, I'll be there to help out.

Posted on: 2011/1/31 11:31


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I might be able to make it, but god dang it I hate fishing the LL lol Never seem to catch anything there. On the other hand, maybe thats why I need to come to this.

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ryguyfi wrote:
I would be willing to host one in Western Pa at the Neshannock once the season kicks in. We did an informal get together last year over the grannoms and had a blast. I'd be more than happy to show some newbies from my part of the state a few things too. Probably a week or so after opening day would work best.

PM me if you have any interest.

Ryan


Attaboy Ryan! We'll have the whole state covered. Your event hosting skills are well proven - you're gonna have Oram's donuts, aren'tcha.....


I say we all chip in a couple bucks and have him overnight the donuts to us.

Posted on: 2011/1/31 11:32
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Orams... what are those???


I think I gained 5lbs over the steelhead JAM from eating 2 of those. I might be able to make some arrangements for you guys.


*WARNING* drool proof your computer before clicking link


http://orams.com/menu.htm

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Ed,

Should be a great get-together! If I'm not working, I'll be there to help out.


Hey, my telepathic powers are better than I thought! I was hoping you'd be able to attend - if you can attend, ya wanna do the onstream instruction after lunch? Basically show how you'd fish a section of stream, covering the why's and how's - putting everything from the morning sessions together.

This is shaping up to be an EPIC learning event!!!

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ryguyfi wrote:
Orams... what are those???


I think I gained 5lbs over the steelhead JAM from eating 2 of those. I might be able to make some arrangements for you guys.


*WARNING* drool proof your computer before clicking link


http://orams.com/menu.htm


Are the filled donut's as big as the Bun's you brought? Those fillings sound great.

Posted on: 2011/1/31 11:54
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Re: Any interest in a Newbie Mini-Jam?

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ryguyfi wrote:
Orams... what are those???


I think I gained 5lbs over the steelhead JAM from eating 2 of those. I might be able to make some arrangements for you guys.


*WARNING* drool proof your computer before clicking link


http://orams.com/menu.htm


Are the filled donut's as big as the Bun's you brought? Those fillings sound great.

Posted on: 2011/1/31 11:54
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afishinado wrote:
Ed,

Should be a great get-together! If I'm not working, I'll be there to help out.


Hey, my telepathic powers are better than I thought! I was hoping you'd be able to attend - if you can attend, ya wanna do the onstream instruction after lunch? Basically show how you'd fish a section of stream, covering the why's and how's - putting everything from the morning sessions together.

This is shaping up to be an EPIC learning event!!!




An Orvis guy working with an LL Bean guy!?!....

Sorta like a Packer fan tailgating with a Stiller fan...

I'd be glad to if i can make it. I'm teaching some tying classes, but that's on Sunday I believe. I'm not sure about Saturday.

Posted on: 2011/1/31 11:59


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BTW........FYI, Old Lefty (Dave Rothrock) is one of the best fly casting instructors in the country. His classes "teach the teachers" for the FFF.

If you can make it there......make it there (whether you're a newbie or oldbie).

Posted on: 2011/1/31 12:10


Re: Any interest in a Newbie Mini-Jam?

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Hey Ed.

I would be willing to help. Im more of a student than a teacher, but Id be willing to tie some flys up or something. Let me know what I can do.

Andy

Posted on: 2011/1/31 13:00



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