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Trev1

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  • Birthday 11/23/1970

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  1. We have 2 dogs (large & small) + 1 cat, and wouldn't take our animals to anyone to Stephanie Ball at Southtrail Vet Clinic on 130th (beside the Keg). You can tell she actually cares about her work, and is straight up and honest about what your dog needs, unlike other vets that seem more like an assembly-line. The prices are reasonable and we wouldn't trust anyone else with our dogs.
  2. I just wanted to thank everyone for the info/links and PMs. Its really appreciated. T
  3. I've been flyfishing on and off for about 7 years, and do pretty good on the smaller rivers such as the Sheep,Highwood and occasionally the upper Elbow. But when it comes to the Bow, I have (very) limited sucess. I'm sometimes overwhelmed, by its size and trying read the water to figure out where the fish are holding. I feel I spend more time walking than fishing, and when I do find that seam or pool that I think will hold fish, I only manage to pull out 8-10inchers. It seems the Bow has its own set of rules...... What I am missing here? If some one could help point me in the right direction, I would really appreciate it (so would my ego).....Thanks,
  4. This Wednesday will be one of the few days I can get out for a full day of fishing. I have fished the Bow numerous times, but with limited sucess(compared to most of you), but Im just happy to get out and fish. So I want to go someplace different, thinking about doing a walk/wade on either the Highwood or upper Sheep. If anybody feels the urge to recommend another cool day trip destination it would be really appreciated. Thanks, T
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