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Re: The future of fly-fishing

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fact is that the Goldmans guys could make the offer with this years bonuses

ON US (bail out money)

what percent of the voters would oppose it.
.0000000000007

or decimal and how many zeros?

Posted on: 2010/2/17 9:19
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Re: The future of fly-fishing

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LJ,

Please keep it to the OT board. Nobody wants your rants on the general board.

Posted on: 2010/2/17 9:46


Re: The future of fly-fishing

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"NO"

there are only 4 or 5 posters down there

Posted on: 2010/2/17 10:39
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Re: The future of fly-fishing

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Because that's where you rant!

Posted on: 2010/2/17 10:40


Re: The future of fly-fishing

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got a political sponsor, such as it is

Posted on: 2010/2/17 10:50
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Re: The future of fly-fishing

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Is that like an AA sponsor for when you are addicted to and physically unable to resist posting political rants even where they don't belong in spite of the same forum designating a place to do just that?

Hah, one breath....lets see the old wheezer do that!

Posted on: 2010/2/17 11:12


Re: The future of fly-fishing

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Has any one contacted a commissioner or the commission about an access stamp to fund an access program like the one up here in Erie? There is a move to increase the license fees in the next few years it could be coupled to that. Perhaps even a combo with a trout stamp. The Erie stamp brings in @$250,000 a year on average to be used for access and habitat.
If not that a wade law is in order.
Just my 2cents.

Posted on: 2010/2/17 11:32


Re: The future of fly-fishing

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I would gladly pay a day fee to fish the "J" or Spring Creek

if it meant that those waters would be open forever for our future trout fishermen

or if the fees were totally used to ensure other streams would be open forever

5 0r 10 bucks a day wouldn't hurt anyone

price of a pizza

just about everyone in the business makes money from fly fishing

except the landowner

restaurants, motels, tackle makers, gas stations, tourists related folks, fish commission, guides, state and on and on

Posted on: 2010/2/17 11:37
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Re: The future of fly-fishing

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Quote:

littlejuniata wrote:
I would gladly pay a day fee to fish the "J" or Spring Creek



But would you be willing to pay a day fee to drive all the way to the Delaware to fish after having already spent 40 bucks on gas?

Posted on: 2010/2/17 11:47


Re: The future of fly-fishing

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So who is buying Orvis Helios rods

from their fly fishing catalog

Helios launched in 2007 "our best selling rod ever", price $775.00

recession?

gee some guys must get into Steeler games free??

OR! (obvious)

Posted on: 2010/2/17 13:22
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Re: The future of fly-fishing

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big problem with some smarty pants

their brains' are in lockdown

well only a couple
thankfully
poor soles can't even comprehend paying the landowner a dime


hey I ain't addicted

some have 30 percent more posts than I do

so hoooo is addicted?

Posted on: 2010/2/18 8:32
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Re: The future of fly-fishing

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And again you prove that your 30% less posts make 80 % less sense.

Posted on: 2010/2/18 9:33


Re: The future of fly-fishing

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post #69 stupid post of the decade
HAHAHAHAHAHA

Posted on: 2010/2/18 12:55
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Re: The future of fly-fishing

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Why is that lJ. I asked yo a question and you dodged it. Whats your point in #73 where you singled me out? You said you'd pay to fish the little J and spring...they are close to you. Not a big deal. Their proximity means you would fish them often and get your money's worth. The question was if you would be willing to pay the same fee to fish a stream( such as the Delaware ) you might only fish once a year.

So answer the question. Because other wise you are just making a fool of yourself.

Posted on: 2010/2/18 13:16


Re: The future of fly-fishing

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funnier by the post

HAHAHAHAHAHA

how is the weather down there

Posted on: 2010/2/18 13:19
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