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    Default Warmwater Symposium

    I'm thinking about putting on a Warmwater Fly Fishing Symposium in early November. Any ideas?

    Byron

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    Since 90% of my fishing is in warmwater, count me in! I have a presentation on stripers and one on the willowfly hatch.

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    Seagull,

    You are the first person I thought of. I also thought of Chris Helm, Gary Troutman, Kent Edmonds, Lynn Hayes, Phil Brandt, Gary McCown and others.

    Thanks, Byron

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    `Sounds like fun to me.

    Byron, note the WNC Fly Fishing Expo is in Asheville Nov 7 & 8.
    Kent Edmonds
    flyfishga.com

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    sounds good i will come i dont fish much warmwater only in the summer in my bellyboat.

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    Sounds good to me Byron, count me in.

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    Sounds good to me. Just got into fishing for bass, bluegill, carp and even gar on the fly. Would like to learn more.

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    Sounds good, I did a little power point presentation on FF for smallmouth for our local FFF chapter a few months ago. Could do something like again and maybe tie a few flies.

    Seagull does a great presentation on Striper fishing well worth seeing!

    I would love to see Kent do a presentation on Calloway Gardens and maybe a casting demo!

    Maybe you could get Andy from Riversports in Knoxville to bring over some kayaks and canoes.

    Another good presenter and ww fisherman is Robert Prytula. He is a professor at Chatt. State and does a great presentation on the sunfishes.

    almost forgot... See if Mike Anderson could bring his Supreme over and do a presentation on mid-tn lake striper, and smallmouth trips. He is quite the outdoor photographer as well.
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    I know a thing or two about river smallies, but then again who would wish to sit a listen to be bloviate for any extended period of time.

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    Byron if you ever need me for anything, you call me anytime. This sounds like agood time to share and learn @ the same time. It's time warmwater gets it's props. These guys are the ones to do it.
    Thanks for thinking of me,Lynn

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