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Pat S.
Fishing, Tubing, Photography, Writing, Cooking, Rod Building, Fly Tying, Lure Making, etc.
Salt Lake City, UT
Retired
Utah Lakes & Streams
12 foot shark (Not in Utah)

A big ol' dude who has been float tube fishing for over 50 years.
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Re: [jmach] New ride
Everybody to their own tastes...said the old maid as she kissed the cow. The great thing about fishing...and about propulsion systems...is t...
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Re: [WaveWolf] Escape to Starvy 6-27-16
I sent him pics of the one I made for my Renegade, along with the rod holders, etc. I had planned to send him pics of the...
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Re: [Boatloadakids] More Lincoln stuff

Boatloadakids wrote:
TD-- Funny you should inquire about "switch blades"' That might explain what happened to this sorry l...

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Re: [lucky_water_nut] UL to Willard?
I am attaching the basic info. It is in PDF file format on a CD. Easiest for me to put together, edit, change, update or wha...
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Re: [lucky_water_nut] UL to Willard?
Hope you make friends with Willard and that you manage to learn enough to score a few fish. The cats are smaller in Willard ...
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Re: [PrinceFisher] Hundreds of carp on Provo River...and a Starvation question?
Hey old friend, good to hear from you. How's the family?Carp? The carp removal co...
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Re: [Boatloadakids] More Lincoln stuff
Any of them cats carrying switch blades?Talk about "tough love".

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Re: [DKStroutfitter] Escape to Starvy 6-27-16
Glad the info helped. And glad you guys found a few fish. There are times that inlet area holds more fish.Interesti...
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Re: [MasterDaad] Utah Lake June Newsletter
There is no doubt that Utah Lake has suffered to benefit other waters. My own suspicions are that Jordanelle got a gre...
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Re: [fish_fear_me2] Utah Lake June Newsletter
Making a "coffer dam" and dewatering the enclosed area for work has been a proven method in many cases where work n...
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