View Poll Results: What would yo prefer to read about?

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  • Fishing stories

    24 51.06%
  • Fishing techniques (salmon and sea trout)

    14 29.79%
  • Canadian destination

    15 31.91%
  • Other: Events, product reviews etc.

    8 17.02%
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Thread: From Canada - Writer's Block

  1. #1
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    Red face From Canada - Writer's Block

    Hi all!

    Well, life has finally settled down here (new job, 11 kittens in the nursery, winterize the house ...) ... So I promised Deanna I'd send in some articles on a more regular basis ... problem is I have writers block!!!

    After several years of blabbering about all sorts of stuff related to fly fishing in my neck of the woods, I have this sinking feeling tha its getting a bit redundant. see: Recent stuff and older stuff

    What would you prefer me to write about???
    Christopher Chin

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    Very nice to hear from you, how is the new place working out?

    How about some pics?



    Be safe

    Steve

    ps: with the quality of your posts I had to vote for them all!
    Last edited by Steve Molcsan; 11-07-2010 at 05:35 PM. Reason: to come clean about my votes
    Steve & Michael Molcsan
    Camp Happy Hearts, Yosemite

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    Thanks Steve, ... the house is coming along nicely!
    A small album
    Christopher Chin

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    I voted stories, because I know you'll be able to work in technique, Canadian details, and reviews into the story! Glad to hear things are moving along.

    - Jeff
    Am fear a chailleas a chanain caillidh e a shaoghal. -

    He who loses his language loses his world.

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    Looks like "Fishing stories" and "Technique" are tied!
    Christopher Chin

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    Chris

    Glad to see ya back!!!!!!!!!!!

    Fatman

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    Hey!!! Well it is NICE to be back!
    Had a really busy Spring and Summer. Changed jobs (again) in mid-October, so things will settle down (finally).

    Now all I have to do is get ready for Bonz at Christmas, then I'm doing a conference in early February (the Granby Quebec show) and I'll probably also do the show in Ottawa! It is going to be a challenge to find time to do my day job!!!

    Then again, .. one DOES have to keep the priorities straight. The old job was getting in the way of fishing , so I changed that!!
    Christopher Chin

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    Hi Chris,

    Welcome back. The survey was a tough choice for me. I probably will never get to fish for sea trout or salmon so the articles are interesting, but something I will never get to do. Fishing techniques for trout or warm water would be more practical for me, but that was not a choice. For me, any of the above would be OK, because most things fly fishing are of interest, whether I will get to try them or not. Fun to read about places I will never get to go, and to read about things I will never get to try.

    Thank you so much for writing the articles.

    Thanks and regards,

    Gandolf

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    Gandolf,

    In reality, ... many techniques for sea trout and even salmon can transpose well for trout. Like big bushy poppers for monster Browns
    Christopher Chin

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    Chris,
    I'd vote for any of the choices interspersed with a few of your culinary delights. I'd really vote for " a day in the life of Chris Chin" ( with , of course, the mention of the aforementioned "culinary delights").

    Mark
    THAT being said, I'd rather be in Wyoming.

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