New Year*New Look*New Hope

by | Jan 2, 2017 | Fish Wrap Ponderings

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We have a new look to the website, which I imagine you have noticed by now.

Now it’s 2017. A new year with all new opportunities…

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there will be lots of fish to catch, we hope

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new places to fish

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new people to meet

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new people to teach us

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new people to guide us

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and lots to think about this new year

Thank you all for a fantastic year meeting the finest and craziest characters anywhere. And here’s to an even better 2017

2 Comments

  1. lawrence thompson

    love the new look! got to have a cup holder in a canoe, so many fish have knocked over a nice cold beverage !

    • tcorayer

      Thanks for the note, glad you like the website. As for the cupholder, I’m pretty sure I have an extra and your’re right, they are perfect in a canoe or kayak because you just know you’re going to spill!

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