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DennisS

Thank You To Jessica & Jim

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I just want to thank both Jess and Jim for the fantastic presentation on the progress of our Grayling project. Also just a word of thanks to all the volunteers that have particapated in the last 2yrs.

It is really nice to see our efforts are starting to take shape.

 

The DNA infromation from Jess was very intresting and started to give us some insight on the Grayling in the Pembina R. drainage.

 

Jim again has done a great job in keeping us updated and keeping us moving forward.

 

Can not wait to get at it again this year. I just hope I get lucky enought to catch some this time out.

 

Tight Lines Always

Dennis S :fishing::fish_jump:

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Yes , Thanks to Jess and Jim. I really like this project. :clapping:

We should maybe start thinking about Graying 2013 Clave 1. I will contact our friend out at Wolf Lake to see about us camping out there again and post the cost with directions . :campfire:

Any Ideas , do we want to do a swap, potluck, a scotch tasting, any other ideas are welcome. That is if you all are interested? :trout_punch:

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Dan I'm in as long as it's not on the Father's day weekend. And all 3 catagories soon good to me, :cheers:

 

Tight Lines Always

Dennis S :fishing::fish_jump:

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...I would like to express my thanks to Jess and Jim for all the work that they have put in towards this project. Another thank you goes out to Ken for taking the bull by the horn, so to speak, and keeping us all informed with updates and maps...

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Yes , Thanks to Jess and Jim. I really like this project. :clapping:

We should maybe start thinking about Graying 2013 Clave 1. I will contact our friend out at Wolf Lake to see about us camping out there again and post the cost with directions . :campfire:

Any Ideas , do we want to do a swap, potluck, a scotch tasting, any other ideas are welcome. That is if you all are interested? :trout_punch:

 

...yes...yes...yes...yes...and yes...swap(lets decide on the specifics), potluck (each to pick an entree), scotch (bleck...ok by me...keep the five-alive out of sight), story telling (nothing too scary), bug fest (all qualify), pictures galore (what did you expect...can't leave this out)...

 

...just a reminder about Wolf Lake...bring your own wood or be prepared to purchase on site for $5.00 per sack of wood...

 

...looking forward to another great year of grayling fishing and studies...

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So , what about the weekend after Fathersday, I believe the fishing opens June 16th sunday, Fathersday.

 

The dates would be friday June 21st to sunday June 23rd. Is everyone in favour?

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So , what about the weekend after Fathersday, I believe the fishing opens June 16th sunday, Fathersday.

 

The dates would be friday June 21st to sunday June 23rd. Is everyone in favour?

 

...those dates will work for me...I'll book off Friday...maybe we should start a new thread topic regarding this outing...2013 Arctic Grayling Clave #1 or would it be #5...we had two in 2011 and two in 2012...what do you think...

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