R.I.P. Randy Julius. You made the NEOWA undeniably amazing

by | Dec 14, 2019 | Fish Wrap Ponderings

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None more dedicated, none more focused, none more passionate about the power of words and the organization who celebrated them. The Captain who kept our ship right, Randy Julius has left us.

I am a better man and writer for having known him and his loving wife Mary.

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One amazing man and one lucky writer

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Todd Corayer is a lifelong fisherman and occasional hunter whose writing relies on poor penmanship, sarcasm and other people’s honest fish stories while seeing words as puzzle pieces that occasionally all fit together perfectly.

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