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    Brad sorry to hear about your condition.I have some lower back pain that after a few hours I need to rest and stop a while.If nothing more get a friend and tag with him and just relax watching him cast wrong and give him corrective pointers!The sound of running water does miracles..

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    Sorry to hear of your condition, but I'm glad that at least you are not in pain! I've had very little opportunity to fish this past couple years with my son just going on two and daughter going on six. I have found reading fishing memoirs from the 30s through the 50s are a good way to enjoy the river, if not directly. I prefer the books from that time frame because of the way they are written, they seem more subtle in their bravado, which I appreciate.

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

    He who loses his language loses his world.

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