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Re: Newbie introduction from western PA

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Welcome aboard. GG

Posted on: 6/10 17:31
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Re: Newbie introduction from western PA

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Cold wrote:

What?!

Beyond the basics of fishing, make your first priority exploring the opportunities in your own back yard in SWPA. There's tons of good fishing around these parts. ;)

Congrats on the new hobby. Perhaps I'll see yinz out on the stream sometime.


Eh? Care to share some location? :)

Posted on: 6/11 9:26


Re: Newbie introduction from western PA

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Here's a way to add to your inventory with some quality flies. www.orvis.com/nftv. Check it out. A nice assortment of flies for $10.

Posted on: 6/11 9:50


Re: Newbie introduction from western PA

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Eh? Care to share some location? :)


Shoot me a PM sometime you're headed a county or two east or southeast.

Posted on: 6/11 10:48


Re: Newbie introduction from western PA

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A county or 2 east will be Ohio.. Seriously though, I'll shoot ya a PM :beer"

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Here's a way to add to your inventory with some quality flies. www.orvis.com/nftv Check it out. A nice assortment of flies for $10.


Awesome. Thanks for the heads up!

Posted on: 6/11 11:35


Re: Newbie introduction from western PA

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A county or 2 east will be Ohio.. Seriously though, I'll shoot ya a PM :beer"


East.

Get a new compass, dude.

Posted on: 6/11 14:17


Re: Newbie introduction from western PA

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Haha. I was making a joke, a bad one, that Im so far in western PA it might as well be Ohio. :beer:

On a more serious note, there's some great fishing in the Laurel Highland's. The problem is its hard to get out there and fish unless its during the weekend though. My buddy and I typically try to get out to a stream at least once a week right after work and do a little bit of fishing, so were stuck going local, which doesnt leave a lot of options

:beer:

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