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Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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....Meantime, as an aside you were mentioning on Saturday a fly line cleaner that was really good - could you tell me what that was?

Thanks,
PP


Zipcast. You gotta take notes people, gotta take notes. [/quote]

I would have taken notes only i didn't have my laptop on hand. Writing gives me hand cramps.

Posted on: 2012/7/30 21:54


Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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Park rules say that all dogs should be on a leash, and actually it is a state law that the dog must be in the control of the owner. Hardly the case that I saw on Saturday.

Posted on: 2012/7/30 22:00
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Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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....Meantime, as an aside you were mentioning on Saturday a fly line cleaner that was really good - could you tell me what that was?

Thanks,
PP


Zipcast. You gotta take notes people, gotta take notes.


I would have taken notes only i didn't have my laptop on hand. Writing gives me hand cramps.[/quote]

Write lefthanded in Catholic school, Palmer method, then you can complain.

I was just busting on you. I was sending emails to myself, because it was easier than trying to retain. I walked away from OldLefty, since his 3 pointers were plenty for me to work and I didn't want information overload. There was a lot of info flying around and probably not enough newbies to soak it all up.

Posted on: 2012/7/30 22:23
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Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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I like old babes if they look like the two we saw that made me drool.

Dang, you admitted it. There were a few nice ones. I wondered why you were less interested in fishing.


It is really the only thing that will take my attention away from fishing. Had a VERY pretty girl come down and talk to me behind Riverwalcks a couple weeks ago. She was really into FF and said she used to tie and FF. She actually was able to tell me the kind of fly I was using. I fell in love that night, and if I was not married already I would have offered to buy her a beer.

Posted on: 2012/7/30 22:31
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Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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Why not. It's not like your are talking dating, just fly fishing :)

Posted on: 2012/7/31 12:04


Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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....Meantime, as an aside you were mentioning on Saturday a fly line cleaner that was really good - could you tell me what that was?

Thanks,
PP


Zipcast. You gotta take notes people, gotta take notes.


I would have taken notes only i didn't have my laptop on hand. Writing gives me hand cramps.


Write lefthanded in Catholic school, Palmer method, then you can complain.

I was just busting on you. I was sending emails to myself, because it was easier than trying to retain. I walked away from OldLefty, since his 3 pointers were plenty for me to work and I didn't want information overload. There was a lot of info flying around and probably not enough newbies to soak it all up.[/quote]


Actually I do write left handed :) I know you were busting in this case - It's okay, I am used to the ribbing, after all I've got pals like Shane dishing it all the time :)

Posted on: 2012/7/31 12:07


Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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I have 2 water dogs. If want to swim them which is everyday and their are any people in the area I ask if they are Ok if we can swim dogs if not we have no problem leaving as we can come back later. I do not even let them out of my vehicle. If there are children I am even more careful and I introduce them to the dogs with their parents permission if it's OK with Mom and Dad. I met a small child that had a chocolate lab youngster named Harry and before we left he had Harry fetching and swimming and I gave him one of my fetching dummies. This young man was so polite. Great Day.

I guess I don't get the rest. Dog owners, Car drivers while texting It's not about dogs. Maybe the next time someone pulls next to their mailbox on the wrong side of the road at the top of a hill so you can't see around I'll get out and point out the hazard that they don't want to hear and wish them a good day. Don't start me about texting

Posted on: 2012/8/4 0:38


Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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buy her a beer?
Big spender-steak and champagne,if they're keepers.

Posted on: 2012/8/4 8:35
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Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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Old Dog. Old tricks. Really. I thought you would know better than to advice like that.

Posted on: 2012/8/9 23:03


Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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Unless the dog was on a leash 6' or less in length, the owner was breaking the law in the Allentown Parkway.



"C. At Large Animals Prohibited
1. No owner or custodian of an animal shall permit the animal to run at large in the City. For the purposes of this section, an animal is considered to run at large if it is not secured by a leash no longer than six (6') feet controlled by a human when on public property including but not limited to streets, sidewalks and parks or with or without a leash if on private property without the consent of the owner of such property. It shall be unlawful for any owner of an animal to place such animal or allow it to be placed in the custody of any other person not physically capable of maintaining effective control of such animal. This section shall not apply to any person who uses an animal while engaged in a supervised formal obedience training class or show, or during formally sanctioned field trials. (12969 §1 4/18/90)
2. No dogs shall be allowed in City parks except at places designated by the Superintendent of Parks and provided that said dogs shall not be at large and no dogs shall be allowed on the Hamilton Mall except as authorized by the Director of Community Development or the Director's designee.
3. It shall be the duty of the City Official to seize and detail any animal, licensed or unlicensed found running at large, either upon the public streets or highways of the City or on the property of any other person and unaccompanied by its owner or keeper."



H-A,
This dog was definitely off it's leash. Someone mention a black lab also, but this was a tan colored lab. None-the-less these people should be aware of the above facts. Guess they're ill informed.

Meantime, as an aside you were mentioning on Saturday a fly line cleaner that was really good - could you tell me what that was?

Thanks,
PP
That tan colored lab jumped into the pool I was fishing also. So that's why the fishing was lousy! Ha. Good excuse anyway. That dog scared off all my trout. Seriously I was a little upset but I guess we have to expect that sort of thing in a public park. I never saw so many joggers in my life!

Posted on: 2012/8/10 23:02
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Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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I can understand having the dog around if it is on a leash, but letting it wade through the water and what not seems a bit rude if there are others out there.

Posted on: 2012/8/11 3:37


Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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I accidentally hooked a Gplden retriever on Clarks one time he fought well , jumped three four times and the somehow got off.

Posted on: 2012/8/11 8:46


Re: People Letting Their Dogs Swim in Streams In Sight of Fisherman

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I accidentally hooked a Gplden retriever on Clarks one time he fought well , jumped three four times and the somehow got off.


9x tippet?

Posted on: 2012/8/11 9:35



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