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lycokayaker

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  1. This summer a friend and I were fishing a stretch of a stream and the Game warden showed up and wanted to check our fishing licenses. The hitch was that we were on the other side of the stream and he wanted us to come to him obviously. We both had up to date license so there was no problem so off we went across the stream. I wasn't paying attention and crossed at a part where the water was moving much faster and slipped on a stone and down I went filling my waders up with water right in front of the game warden..... Gave him a good laugh and a good fishing license to look at...


  2. I am open to ideas. I was looking at flat file cabinets but were to rich for my blood. The lazy susan idea is appealing if I made it 2x2x8 or something like that as the 1x1 wouldn't work as effective. My basement is an open slate. Looking at getting two pre made kitchen counter tops one 12ft and one 6-8 mitered to meet each other in one of the corners and make one side a fly tying /leader tying bench throw my computer in the middle and other side work space.


  3. I have lost my man cave and have been delegated to the basement. Have any of you built a freestanding peg board rack and used it for organizing your material? I I was toying with doing it as all of my materials since the move are in empty cases of beer.... I was going to buy one sheet 4ft x 8ft and do it one sided. Did it work for you, what did you like, what didn't you like, what would you do different? Any other ideas that are relatively cheap? Thanks for the help!


  4. Hey Gang

     

     

    I'm one of the new guys that have joined your ranks. Like mentioned I am from NJ I can promise you I don't fist pump, tan, or GTL (sorry I hear all about that TV show Jersey Shore). I mainly fish for trout at the Ken Lockwood gorge and the big flat brook on a private water stretch. I am a novice tyre lurking on the forum to learn as much as I can about patterns and techniques. Hope to hear from you all!

     

     

    Bill

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