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  1. Hey Fly Fish Calgary, Just thought I would let you know about two fundraisers we are hosting to raise some funds to help conserve the Bow River. 1. Online Silent Auction (Open Now - March 19 @ 9pm) https://www.32auctions.com/BowRiverTroutFoundation Bow River Guided Trips Guided W and W trip for 4 in the Eastern Slopes Red Deer River Guided Trip 3 Day Guided Backcountry Stillwater Trip staying at Northern Lights Lodge in Likely, BC Custom Fly Rod and Flies Gear, Cutting Boards, Hats, Mugs, Some really cool items 2. Virtual W
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  2. Boy, am I confused. Here I thought the invasive species were Aussie miners. Don
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  3. Ground Zero for Prussian Carp: A fish farm along an irrigation ditch northeast of Chestermere Lake (east of Calgary)....fish released into the ditch. Those irrigation ditches eventually end up dumping into the Red Deer river downstream of Drumheller. After that you have all the criminals moving live fish around in buckets to new waterbodies. The damage level continues to grow and now is being passed on to Saskatchewan. Eventually the carp will probably get to Hudson Bay
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  4. I'm calling it a Valentine's Egg. First tie of this pattern, need to make it more bushy...steelhead will probably bite it...you know who you are!
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  5. Twas a charmed time. Like the Joni Mitchell song from the 1960s,song says, "You don't know what you've got till it's gone.
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  6. Oh the good old days before this madness surrounded us all.
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  7. Wow! What a fantastic story, I’m sure we have similar stories to be told all around us, if we simply take a bit of time to find them and listen.
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  8. I’ve had zero experience with the Nile creek kick boat and can’t comment on their quality. However I do know a little bit about Hypalon material. You know all those big, round antennae’s mounted on the tops of communication towers? That white covering you see is Made out of a Hypalon material. I know because I used to install them, did so for over 40 years. There are not many environments that are tougher on hardware than you see at the tops of those towers. I’m not saying the tarps wouldn’t fail, we would get up to 10 years out of them but it was never the Hypalon material that failed.
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  9. I'd I'd beg to differ on that. I've hooked into many bull trout over the past 3 years with that method as well. Not saying your wrong but it's worked for me. I've used a hand full of different methods and they all seem to work.
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