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    Default Fishpond vest ( full) on the firehole

    My new fishpond vest which was full of equipment and flies taken along the fire hole river in yellowstone park this summer in late June
    Reward!!!!

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    What a bummer. How did it happen......

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    I had gotten in too deep and all my gear got soaked. I took the vest off and laid it on a log to dry in the sun. Fished another spot. When I returned, it was gone. Reported it to the gate folks and filled out a form, but have heard nothing.

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    Wow. Sorry to hear about that.
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    Bear tracks, Wolf tracks, Raccoon , Fox, Coyote, Tracks.. Drag marks see any of those around.. Maybe a Pac rat?....

    Sorry for you losing your stuff, Bad things happen to good folks..

    Quote Originally Posted by Byron haugh View Post
    I had gotten in too deep and all my gear got soaked. I took the vest off and laid it on a log to dry in the sun. Fished another spot. When I returned, it was gone. Reported it to the gate folks and filled out a form, but have heard nothing.
    As in the Army, I have never had a bad day Fly fishing, some damn uncomfortable days but never a bad one!
    Everyone must believe in something and I believe in Fly Fishing and Fly Tying and believe I will
    Member of Project Healing Waters & Fly Fishing Canada, Project Healing Waters Canada

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    more like a homo sapien

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    I agree and a lowly one at that, not much further developed then a crow... they like shiny things.. sorry for your loss of gear..


    Quote Originally Posted by Byron haugh View Post
    more like a homo sapien
    As in the Army, I have never had a bad day Fly fishing, some damn uncomfortable days but never a bad one!
    Everyone must believe in something and I believe in Fly Fishing and Fly Tying and believe I will
    Member of Project Healing Waters & Fly Fishing Canada, Project Healing Waters Canada

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