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    Great images. Thanks for sharing them with our...

    Great images. Thanks for sharing them with our readers.
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    Pillcaster, No fix for the shoulder. Been there...

    Pillcaster,
    No fix for the shoulder. Been there and done that. Thank you to everyone for your kind thoughts and prayers. We will keep you posted.

    The Ladyfisher
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    Alan, Interesting observation about the spinner...

    Alan,
    Interesting observation about the spinner with one wing stuck in the film as being selected over the fully spent fly. Vince Marinaro tied some of his spinners with a slightly V'd wing so that,...
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    Ladyfisher surgery

    Time catches up with all of us, and time has caught up with the Ladyfisher's left hip. An x-ray showed that the joint is beyond recovery and needs replacement. Will be headed home from Arizona after...
  5. New Video from the Anglers of the Au Sable

    If you have an interest in helping preserve the Au Sable River in Michigan purchasing this DVD will be a step in that direction.

    The Chronicler

    Editor, FAOL


    Acclaimed filmmaker and Au...
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    JC and I made one back in the late 60's. If you...

    JC and I made one back in the late 60's. If you want to make one use good quality plate glass, keep it small, and use a good quality aquarium cement to hold it together.
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    Thanks to everyone for the birthday wishes. Not...

    Thanks to everyone for the birthday wishes. Not much chance of wetting a line until we get back home in late April. Marco, I will pass your request on to HERSELF.
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    You have our condolences on the loss that you...

    You have our condolences on the loss that you have experienced. Both the Ladyfisher and I lost our spouses. My wife had cancer for 26 years and we were married for nearly 47 years when she died. Like...
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    Check out my article in the next issue of FAOL....

    Check out my article in the next issue of FAOL. It speaks to this point.

    The Chronicler
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    64 years - my you're just kids! May God grant...

    64 years - my you're just kids! May God grant you many more.

    The Chronicler and Ladyfisher
  11. The book has chapters on fly fishing for white...

    The book has chapters on fly fishing for white bass, white perch, stripers, perch, sauger, walleye, grass pickerel, musky, northern pike, crappie, bluegill, pumpkinseed, rock bass, longnosed gar,...
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    Jim, So sorry to hear the news. Have been...

    Jim,
    So sorry to hear the news. Have been following the posts and sad to see the progression of her cancer. Having lost my first wife to cancer after a 26 year battle I know how tough this disease...
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    Always mindful that our bodies are getting older....

    Always mindful that our bodies are getting older. At 70 going on 71 soon and living with a wife 7 years my senior I understand that growing old is not for the faint of heart. Praying for Steve and...
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    Sticky: Etiquette Rules

    Manners 101.
    DO NOT BASH A POSTER
    It's rude, and unnecessary. You may not care about the particular technique or the item being discussed but it's not necessary to interject some sarcasm into the...
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    Been living in Montana for 40 years and I never...

    Been living in Montana for 40 years and I never worry about the snowpack until we get through May. Some of the heaviest and wettest snows of the season come in April thru May, especially in the high...
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    To all our readers we wish that you all have a...

    To all our readers we wish that you all have a prosperous and healthy 2014. May all your fly patterns be winners, may all your casts be perfect and may all your catches be trophies.

    The...
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    A Merry Christmas to all from the Chronicler, the...

    A Merry Christmas to all from the Chronicler, the Lady Fisher and Ron Tidd.
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    Syl would come over from Bozeman to fish the...

    Syl would come over from Bozeman to fish the spring creeks south of Livingston, and I came to know him fairly well. In my fly tying desk I have a small film canister with about a half dozen soft...
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    Hey, not to worry....I actually survived joining...

    Hey, not to worry....I actually survived joining the "over the hill bunch". I really do appreciate everyone's comments and seeing so many familiar names was just terrific.
    Many thanks everyone,...
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    FAOL started out as an idea in the mind of the...

    FAOL started out as an idea in the mind of the Ladyfisher and, assisted by the late JC, she set out to do something that, up until that time, had not been done. The Internet was a new thing, its...
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    Buddy, I agree with your conclusion that it...

    Buddy,

    I agree with your conclusion that it really doesn't matter and that a person that does not use an indicator is a better angler than someone that does. Normally I do not use one but I don't...
  22. Congratulations on your recent article in the...

    Congratulations on your recent article in the Flyfishing & Tying Journal. I'm certain that those that read the information you provide and utilize the fly patterns will enhance their spring creek...
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    Ralph, Both the Ladyfisher and myself will...

    Ralph,

    Both the Ladyfisher and myself will keep you and yours in our thoughts and prayers.
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    Hair from the tail of horses can be used to make...

    Hair from the tail of horses can be used to make nice ant bodies. [See A Modern Dry Fly Code, Vince Marinaro, Pg. 69]
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    Denny Conrad in the hospital

    We had a call from Denny tonight and he has been in the hospital in Spokane for a week. He could use our prayers.

    The Chronicler and The Ladyfisher
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