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    Default Greetings and Salutations.

    Salutations, name is jack I hail from the East Rand of Johannesburg. Keen fisherman who doesn't get to the water nearly often enough best fly catch was a 4.5kg kingie taken in ponto fron the surf with a 9wt rod.

    Looks forward to learning from thoes more capable. .. thanks for the platform.
    Live Fast, Die Young .......... and make a good looking corpse!

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    Welcome bud.
    Let your schooling begin. Lots to learn, especially to avoid banter. lol
    " Not tonight baby! I gotta fly"

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    Banter .... not foreign water for me ... I have been known to be able to withstand ... an onslaught or two

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    Quote Originally Posted by briansflyfishing View Post
    Welcome bud.
    Let your schooling begin. Lots to learn, especially to avoid banter. lol
    Brian this oke is from the East Rand, water on a ducks back :-)

    Welcome BaldMummy! Hope you enjoy it here.

    Speaking about the ER, I heard a joke this last weekend:
    Why are there no grassed lawns in Brakpan?
    Coz everyone there dropped their lawnmower suspensions.

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    Ha ha. Okay then. Love the Brakpan joke.
    " Not tonight baby! I gotta fly"

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    ... East Rand Jokes .... there is one one ER joke ...... rest are all true!

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    Hello Jack.

    If I had said Hi Jack, the mods would have hammered me again.

    What freshwater experience do you have ?

    There are a lot of blokes and gals who regularly go to the Vaal in summer, watch the Yellowfish forum and try and tag along with one of them. Most of the people on here will agree.

    It just depends on whether you like a sociable, Windhoek for breakfast, rabble type group or the more serious, coffee in the morning group.
    It's not in the catching, it's in the learning something new.
    view albums at. http://www.flytalk.co.za/forum/album.php?u=659

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    Hey Herman ... I have been throwing tackle of various descriptions at non salted fish for decades ... However I have been more successful catch trees than fish .... have caught but not to much ... keen .. will look up a few lads

    I do like coffee in the morning .... but it must be laced with some captain .... so its renoster koffee for me .. washed down with a soweto Pepsi

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldMummy View Post
    Hey Herman ... I have been throwing tackle of various descriptions at non salted fish for decades ... However I have been more successful catch trees than fish .... have caught but not to much ... keen .. will look up a few lads

    I do like coffee in the morning .... but it must be laced with some captain .... so its renoster koffee for me .. washed down with a soweto Pepsi
    Methinks you might just fit in with the Rabble. PM me your cell, and then we can talk .
    It's not in the catching, it's in the learning something new.
    view albums at. http://www.flytalk.co.za/forum/album.php?u=659

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    Hi guys.

    Been almost 5 years silence from me....Just wanted to let you guys know I'm back in the land of the living, or should it be "land of the fishing". Hi Herman, good to see a familiar face around!
    Dirk Human

    Flyfishing for yellows...the most fun a man can have, with his clothes on, while standing up, holding a bar of gold in your hands.

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