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Justin

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I wandered out to the meeting tonight, and I figured I might as well join up on here as well.

 

I've been fly fishing on and off for 6 or 7 years - though more seriously in the past 2 or 3. Being busy with work and such things, I haven't had much time to get out and explore around Edmonton, nor meet many people, but hopefully I can change both those things!

 

Anyway, looking forward to getting out as much as possible, learning a lot and hopefully meeting some new people.

 

Cheers,

 

Justin

 

 

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Welcome Justin, You the tall dude at the meeting tonight? Fishen is just getten going , we will be planning some trips out west of Cynthia for the Grayling . Piking will be up soon and Paul will be showing his poppers next wed.meeting , so you've joined up at the right time, what am I saying , its always the right time..... sorry..... catch ya next week.... Dan

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Yep, that was me. Hopefully, I can make it out next Wednesday. Might be working, but then again, maybe not.

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Hello Justin, welcome aboard the forum. We here at this forum hope that you will enjoy your visits here. If there is anything you would like to ask or share please feel free to do so.

I hope that one day you might be able to share with us a little more about yourself. Where you fish, what you fish, why you fish, etc..Do you tie fly's what where and why.

Again welcome and please feel free to post or inquire, there are plenty of people here that are willing to help, discuss and share there experience.

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I grew up in Saskatchewan, so have fished mostly pike and walleye, with the occasional (fruitless) venture into the Cypress hills in search of trout. I learned a little bit of stream fishing while at school in Lethbridge, where we were within easy reach of the Crowsnest and Oldman rivers and tributaries. I'd still call myself a novice, though I definitely enjoyed it. I haven't had a whole lot of time for fishing since moving to Edmonton, though I've tried a few of the pothole lakes within easy reach.

 

I don't tie, though I'd love to learn.

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Justin glad to have you aboard. I'm sure the club can fill your fishing needs. There are a lot of knowledgable people that frequent this sight so don't be scared to ask any of your questions here or at the club for that matter.

A lot of great guy & gal willing to share their fishing experinces.

 

Tight Lines Always

Dennis S

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