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Topic: Anybody fishing CdA?  (Read 3013 times)

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Wilfite

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I was in Hayden Lake visiting family for Thanksgiving and thought it would be cool to meet up and maybe fish with some folks next time we are over that way.  I grew up there but It's been ~18 years so most of the folks I grew up with have moved on.
-Tony

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I was in Hayden Lake visiting family for Thanksgiving and thought it would be cool to meet up and maybe fish with some folks next time we are over that way.  I grew up there but It's been ~18 years so most of the folks I grew up with have moved on.

I fish CDA 1 or 2 times a week. Mainly Kokanee, Pike and Bass. May not go out so much in the winter but always open. I'm retired and usually fish weekdays, sometimes with another retiree. My email is tonynixon03@yahoo.com. By all means get in touch if you are in the area. I don't need my arm twisted to get out on the water. :-)
"Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing -- absolutely nothing -- half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats." Said the water rat.  The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame,


Wilfite

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Cool!

Not sure when our next trip is but we are there once or twice a year, typically.  I dropped in at Fins and Feathers for old time's sake just after Thanksgiving but the guy there said he didn't know many kayak fisherman in the area so I wondered.

I will look you up next trip, Tony :-)

Kind Regards,
Another Tony ;-)
-Tony

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Cool!

Not sure when our next trip is but we are there once or twice a year, typically.  I dropped in at Fins and Feathers for old time's sake just after Thanksgiving but the guy there said he didn't know many kayak fisherman in the area so I wondered.

I will look you up next trip, Tony :-)


Yes, look me up. Like they say at Fins and Feathers they "don't know many kayak anglers". They know at least 3, me, Reel mccoy and Jim. I'll have to talk to Jef the owner about that, haha.

The other Tony.
"Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing -- absolutely nothing -- half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats." Said the water rat.  The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame,


 

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