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the flim-flam man
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I am fairly new here. I really appreciate everyone's input on the few questions I have asked.
Anyway, I have been flyfishing and flytying for nearly twenty years. Trout is my preferred quarry, however, I will fight any fish brave enough to take my fly. I also pick a little guitar, bluegrass mainly. Trying to teach myself the harmonica (no stress there). Anyone with similar interests, please let me know. Sincerely, Don.

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No fly-fishing here, but my friend at the refinery in E. TX took me tuna fishing in The GOM a few years ago and I AM HOOKED! I love it! (But don't eat it... I have enough mercury, thank you.)

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Lots of trout where I live in Missouri!!

I've always wanted to learn to play the harmonica. How hard is it to learn? I so admire people who can play it!

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Have heard a lot of good things about Mizzou fishing. Hopefully one day I'll get there. I am from West Virginia originally. Good fishing there. I also used to fish in Maryland a good bit. No trout where I am now (just north of Charlotte, NC). Have to drive to the Smokey Mountains to get them. Made a trip last March. Great Fishing. As for the harmonica, it is a very simple instrument. Blow into a hole makes a note, draw (inhale) on the same hole makes the next higher note. But, for me, it's pretty hard. Since I have Lyme brain, it seems I have to work harder at things than most "normal" people. I keep working at it though. Maybe I'll be the next Boxcar Willie, who knows. I appreciate your responses. Your friend, Don.
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Keep working on it!! I live near Table Rock Lake.. check it out online. The trout fishing is on Lake Taneycomo.

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We have enough flies here without fishing for more!!

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Salt Water fisher here : )

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mike is big fisherman. been out in the gulf i don't how many times. fishes for crappy, trout in wyoming, colorado, snapper, etc.

i always have a full freezer.

he ties his own and has all the equipment.

he fishes lake weatherford and all over texas.

yeah, he's really big on hunting and fishing.

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