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Posted on Thu, Feb 01, 2007 07:15

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Posted on Mon, Jun 19, 2006 07:17

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You people got it all wrong...the best place to fish is where there is tons of good hearted men...lmao!

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Posted on Wed, Jun 14, 2006 09:44

gntlmansheart I'm not a member ....love to contact you. kissmee ...



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Posted on Tue, Jun 13, 2006 13:51

Go North to Alaska for the best Salmon fishing. Kenai River! guided tours run all summer or fish from the shore, mostly men I might add.

  


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Posted on Fri, Jun 02, 2006 01:09

A GREAT RIVER IS THE ROGUE IN SOUTHERN OREGON,,THE RIVER WILD WITH MERYL STREEP WAS FILMED THERE,,,THE WILD AND SCENIC ROUTE IS EXCEPTIONALLY BEAUTIFUL ,,, AND VERY ROMANTIC,,, I WOULD SUGGEST A RIVER GUIDE,,IT TAKES THREE DAYS ,, AND YOU STOP AT FANTASTIC LOGES,,AND HAVE DELICIOUS MEALS WITH MANY INTERESTING GUESTS ,,,CIAO

  


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Posted on Wed, May 17, 2006 15:56

You people got it all wrong...the best place to fish is where there is tons of good hearted men...lmao!

  


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Posted on Mon, May 15, 2006 01:30

gntlmansheart write:
Alluring - books and covers are so far apart it is a treasure of life. There is NOTHING so wonderful (for me, at least) than finding that my impression of someone is so very far from reality. Unfortunately, that does not happen anywhere near enough. Have you been to the grand canyon? It's one of the few natural wonders that actually leaves preconceptions in the dust.

Anywho, it seems everyone on this site (probably elsewhere as well) has just spewed forth with their individual imp[ression of how you have captured their mind and soul, so there probably is no need for more of that for you. But I am happy for both the stunning photographs you posted (several should be turned into paintings; I'd be eager to scarf them up), but also the ideas you have shared. THOSE have been fun and provoking. Geesh, now I feel the need to apologize lest you not misinterpret if there is a person out there who is not a fan of your beauty. Yes, I am, but actually I also have also enjoyed what you have written (for the most part).

Thanks - my 'on-line' experience has not been all that much something I would write home about, but you have helped.

Yes I have been to the grand canyon many years ago,in my early 20's.It was a site to see and hope I get another chance in life to see it again.
As who you thought I was and who I am are 2 different people.I have had many offers in my life to be painted and photographed but I have turned them all down because I could never see myself being able to sit that long to be painted and as for being photographed I enjoy doing the photos myself that's what Im into. Now let's get back to fishing.
A beautiful spot up the coast was a place called Princess Louise inlet, a stunning place to visit if you have a power boat, beautiful water falls and lots of wild life to see.





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Posted on Mon, May 15, 2006 00:10

Alluring - books and covers are so far apart it is a treasure of life. There is NOTHING so wonderful (for me, at least) than finding that my impression of someone is so very far from reality. Unfortunately, that does not happen anywhere near enough. Have you been to the grand canyon? It's one of the few natural wonders that actually leaves preconceptions in the dust.

Anywho, it seems everyone on this site (probably elsewhere as well) has just spewed forth with their individual imp[ression of how you have captured their mind and soul, so there probably is no need for more of that for you. But I am happy for both the stunning photographs you posted (several should be turned into paintings; I'd be eager to scarf them up), but also the ideas you have shared. THOSE have been fun and provoking. Geesh, now I feel the need to apologize lest you not misinterpret if there is a person out there who is not a fan of your beauty. Yes, I am, but actually I also have also enjoyed what you have written (for the most part).

Thanks - my 'on-line' experience has not been all that much something I would write home about, but you have helped.



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Posted on Sat, May 06, 2006 13:10

gntlmansheart

I have done a lot of fishing along the west coast here, and I look great in fish net stockings too lol,but seriously, I have sailed all along this beautiful coast line and spent many weekends power boating, and actually I have more sea time then most men.I work professionally on the water and have for many years so don't judge a book by it's cover.

  


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Posted on Thu, May 04, 2006 16:58

ALLURING 1

I should have know, but am still astonished you are in any way interested in fishing. Somewho seems like defamation ........



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Posted on Tue, Apr 04, 2006 08:57

Absolutely Vancouver-Canada

  


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Posted on Thu, Jan 05, 2006 15:06

beautynbrains4u write:

BQ write:

beautynbrains4u write:
I'm interested in doing a bit of salmon fishing this coming year. Can anyone tell me where and when is the best time to go?



Head to the Miramichi River or I think it is the Restigouche River in Northern New.Brunswick. they have lodges up there where the Politicians and Big Whig go for there summer Salmon fishing, I also heard Germans go there...you get the Atlantic Salmon which are good fighters...you will love it..

As alluringat44 shared with you Campbell River has a good spot but I would go to Port McNeil or Port Hardy, there seems to be better fishing in this area and I don't know why...maybe it is because it is the Island entry to the North between main land and Vancouver Island but the fishing is better up in this area. I am a former Vancouver Island resident so I know the Island pretty good and went Salmon fishing also.

BQ


thanks BQ. There are so many types of salmon, but maybe as you suggested the Atlantic might be a bit more fun and challenging to catch. This past summer I went fishing for strippper Bass in the Hudson with my brother in law. When I looked a#t his net, I laughed and asked him, "what are we catching baby whale?" I wasn't laughing anymore when I started hooking them...great fun!!


Good for you, fishing is a very wholesome sport, I've done a lot of fishing in the past..when you fish for the Atlantic they come in range of 10lbs to 30 lbs around here, am not sure the average as it has gotten better in the last 6 to 10 years as they have been releasing a lot of them from hatcheries to fill these rivers again. You can check on the internet for Salmon fishing and you should get some places from N.B.

Enjoy...BQ



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Posted on Thu, Jan 05, 2006 02:20

beautynbrains4u write:
I'm interested in doing a bit of salmon fishing this coming year. Can anyone tell me where and when is the best time to go?


Head to the Miramichi River or I think it is the Restigouche River in Northern New.Brunswick. they have lodges up there where the Politicians and Big Whig go for there summer Salmon fishing, I also heard Germans go there...you get the Atlantic Salmon which are good fighters...you will love it..

As alluringat44 shared with you Campbell River has a good spot but I would go to Port McNeil or Port Hardy, there seems to be better fishing in this area and I don't know why...maybe it is because it is the Island entry to the North between main land and Vancouver Island but the fishing is better up in this area. I am a former Vancouver Island resident so I know the Island pretty good and went Salmon fishing also.

BQ



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Posted on Wed, Jan 04, 2006 01:16

I can't help on where to fish but I love salmon in this order, Eggs, Skin, fillet, if the fillet is cooked in 1/4 stick of butter with one tablespoon of lemon juice and water, and a tight lid over pan or skillet.

  


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Posted on Fri, Dec 30, 2005 21:23

Campbell River is the best place to fish,just off the coast of Vancouver island BC, there's tons of fishing resorts that are first class over there.



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