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Who we are.SOL yakkers

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With all the new people joining this yak fraternity.I thought we could have a thread telling everybody a few things about who we are.So even you registered lurkers come on and let us know who we are.

1. Name

2. Where you live State ,City is fine

3. What do you paddle ?

4. Where do you spend most of your time fishing ?

So come on and sign on in.We dont bite.

joev

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Ok, I'll bite....

 

OldJohn

Vermont

Old Town Nomad (no longer made, I think), Necky Santa Cruz, WS Manteo (all sit-insides)

Plus assorted canoes and skiffs.

Fish generally Northeast, sweet & salt

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Mullet Miller

Newark, De

Necky Looksha IV, Dagger Cypress

mostly salt

Delaware, Maryland, NJ, NY, & NC

Have Yak Will Travel

Industrial Maintenance Technician

 

 

[This message has been edited by Mullet Miller (edited 12-07-2001).]

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Bill Dzilenski

Warwick, RI

 

pungo

 

light spin and flyrod:

RI: Narragansett Bay, salt ponds

CT: Old Saybrook to Stonington plus Thames

MA: Cape Ann, and Monomoy (only once so far

but gotta get back!!!)

 

Great forum, Jon!

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Porter

Baltimore, MD

Necky Dolphin and whatever I decide to build next.

Chesapeake primarily; also coastal NY though NC. Strictly salt.

 

Can I make a further request? Yeah? OK then, please give some indication of what you do in real life. A similar thread was done some while back on another board I haunt and it's proved useful... almost like an online networking thing with people you know share a common interest.

 

I'm a structural engineer and roofing consultant.

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Jim Wesley

Newtown, CT

 

I work for a commodity trading co., I trade ocean freight.

 

I have a few canoes and a sea kayak, home built and a Grumman beater.

 

Lately I've been fishing all salt, but fresh is fine too Lt/Med spin in the salt, UL and some fly in fresh.

 

Was fishing mainly Bridgeport-Norwalk but now covering a bit more ground with the good info I get from all of you- Thanks

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Chris Salp

Alexandria, VA

 

Government Relations

 

Cobra Navigator

 

Smallmouth (Upper Potomac, James with the yak so far)

 

Outer Banks, NC

 

just started surf fishing Assateague Island this year...

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Dougie v

 

from Waterford, Ct.

Work- Millstone Nuke Plant

boat- Pungo (like joe v's)

fish- CT mostly Harkness / Millstone / Niantic and Vineyard and RI (Westerly)and Milford and where ever there's fish

 

 

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Woody

Wyckoff NJ, Project Manager

I fish NJ shore, The Vineyard, Cape.

I also lead DougieV on hair raising adventures into uncharted waters on MV.

And plow up shallow waters and rocks along the Eliz's with Luker from the MA board.

MA's fishing is better when I can do it in June Sept Oct. NJ is good during the deer season in November when I am typically up a tree.

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