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02-19-2005 02:20 PM
Jimmy
Re: Looking for a Fishing Partner

I know what you mean. I have taken many a friend fishing, to have them make a beeline out of there the minute you say that the boat needs cleaned or you are running low on gas. It is just common plolicy to offer to help out. I leave my boat in a slip at Chatfield from April First until ythe end of October. Once a month I pull it out take it home and spend a day washing and cleaning it. I then refuel and return it to the lake. Of the last 5 years that I have had a slip at the lake I think I had 1 person offer to help me clean it up.* I don't think it is too rude to ask for help. I have one friend go with me twice a wek and has never helpred once. It is tuff to tell him sorry you can't go when he finds out that you are going and he must shows up. I am also looking for some one to share some time with fishing and in return all I ask is for a little help every now and them.
02-03-2005 07:15 PM
Pete
Re: Looking for a Fishing Partner

BigBrown,

Absolutely, drop me a line.

I have to blow the cobwebs off the ice tackle, and pull the auger out of the box. I haven't been out on the ice this year, but am ready to go.

Here's an email you can write too (or anyone else that may be interested in joining can respond), please send a phone number or a follow-up email to setup a trip. I can break away just about any weekend.

[email protected]* *

Looking forward to hearing from you, or anyone else that may be interested.

02-03-2005 07:55 AM
bigbrown46
Re: Looking for a Fishing Partner

hey pete you can always feel free to come to summit county we've got alot of differnt waters to fish
02-02-2005 06:42 PM
Pete
Looking for a Fishing Partner

Hello all,

I need a die-hard, gung ho, obsessed fishing partner! I haven't fished as much as I use to since my partner left town. We fished just about every other weekend, all year long. I ice fish and boat fish through the winter and summer seasons.

I'm looking for someone who is willing to split fuel costs for travel, park.* camping fees et cetera; you know someone that chips in without having to be asked.

I've got all the gear and am ready to pick up the pace.* If you were born to fish by all means respond.

Pete at Chatfield Res/Littlton

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