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    Default saying goodbye to tailwaters and friends

    i wasn't sure where to put this and i'm sure paula will move it if need be lol jk paula... i would like to thank all the folks from those i met , byron and paula and little river outfitters for all the advice i have received from on this board ...most of my questions were answered with good advice and pleasent comments...i am moving back to erie pa and will not be fishing tn amymore..this is a great website with nice people and good advise to all who ask..sunday will be my last fishing trip before i move back up north...thaxs to all of you i have had many great experiences and memories fishing the mountains and tailwaters thank you everyone....
    dan
    i fish because the voices in my head tell me to

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    Dan, it was nice meeting you at LRO and seeing you out on the river as well as hearing your reports and comments on the board. Enjoy fishing in Pennsylvania and come back and visit sometime...
    "Then He said to them, 'Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.'" Matthew 4:19

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    Dan, it was great meeting you and running into you occasionally on the Caney. I left TN as well, hopefully the fishing out here will suffice.
    Trey Nichols- jato_jr@yahoo.com

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    Thumbs up Moving to Erie,PA

    I love the Mountains and fishing for the trout but look what you can look forward too! You are right in the middle of Steelhead country. Fish Elk Creek this Fall!

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    yeah wrn upper elk is 5 min from where i lived my whole life till 9 years ago know all about those steelies and combat fishing if you or anyone else from the board ever gets up there to steel head fish i will still be following this board so give me a shout and we can hook up
    i fish because the voices in my head tell me to

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    I never had the pleasure to meet you personally but wish you best. You realize that they have snow up there. Erie is in the snow belt in that area. Anyway, happy steelheading!

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    Dan,
    It was a pleasure to meet you and to fish with you on the Clinch. You are one of the few that have drifted with me. My brother enjoyed your presence and personality. With every change there is a new opportunity! Challenge yourself to focus on positivity and take advantage of each day as it were your last! You always have a spot to stay when you want to come visit TN's waters again...

    Blessings!
    SM
    “Every human has four endowments- self awareness, conscience, independent will, & creative imagination.
    These give us the ultimate human freedom... The
    power
    to choose, to respond, to change.”



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    I moved from TN to MD at the beginning of the year and I still check this site regularly and love to see all of the fishing reports...I'm sure you'll do the same, and enjoy the new fishing opportunities you'll find in PA!
    "I wish I was fishin'..." -me

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishingman62 View Post
    i wasn't sure where to put this and i'm sure paula will move it if need be lol jk paula... i would like to thank all the folks from those i met , byron and paula and little river outfitters for all the advice i have received from on this board ...most of my questions were answered with good advice and pleasent comments...i am moving back to erie pa and will not be fishing tn amymore..this is a great website with nice people and good advise to all who ask..sunday will be my last fishing trip before i move back up north...thaxs to all of you i have had many great experiences and memories fishing the mountains and tailwaters thank you everyone....
    dan

    Just because your moving doesn't mean you have to give it up. I live in Columbus Ohio and only get to the park 2 times a year. I still check this place out weekly and dream about the times I get to fish in Tennessee.

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    Default Lake Erie in November

    Dan,

    I will shoot you an email later this fall. I go back to Erie every Oct/Nov to visit my family. I'm always looking for someone to fish with. I get around to all the local streams.

    Mark

    Mark.Hansen@Allscripts.com

    . . . . . dreaming of steel

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