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Sounds like an excellent time was had. Congrats on your degree!
Reading your report has me psyched for my long weekend at Richardson starting this Friday. Are you still planning on fishing Richardson next weekend as we discussed?
David (The other other David)
First of all, congratulations on a goal well deserved. I am happy to know that you will be teaching several generations of children. I am proud to call you a friend.
Second of all, I have reviewed the original Bill of Sale I gave you and Rob and nowhere on that bill of sale does it list my luck as part of the package. Therefore I hereby submit to you that my luck should be packaged up and sent to me by UPS Red as I could really use some right now.
I told you guys two things about that boat. That the Yamaha was a stron runner and that I had caught a ton of fish off the boat. For a fisherman I tell the truth pretty well, yes? Take care my friend and I hope we get to fish together this year.
Dave congratulations on your acomplishment. Good job on the fishing. Just want to add to the all nighter. Lena and I work till 11:30pm Friday night, came home picked up the boat headed 12am to Champlain. Arrive there about 3am traveled 14 miles in the dark on water then fished till 1O:30 am. We then drove back to Concord for a neices graduation party. We left to go back to Champlain and got back at 10:00pm then back up at 3 am. Fished Sunday until 2pm and drove back. YUP we are tired. Is this really fun, yup. Good luck fishing. Roland
Congratulations Dave on your Graduation. You have worked very hard and many of us are proud of you. Nice to see you and the Tubb catching trophy fish. Great report.
Great job Dave.All good things come to those that work hard. And a beauty of a salmon. Hope you got some pictures like to see that salmon. That a huge salmon for that lake.Its sounds like those lakes are coming back.Use to be a unbelieveable fishery.Hearing a lot of good things,
Congratulation! I did the graduation thing from PSC 33 years ago and have been teaching ever since. Can't beat the job. Still really enjoy working with the kids, even after all these years. And you can't beat the vacations! Now that my kids have families of their own I don't have their bills anymore so no extra summer job to make ends meet. Four weeks and I'm on vacation again and can fish any time I want!!!! Long as the honey do list is done. Ha Ha. Best of luck in the job hunt.
Dave S. (Finaddiction)